ONLINE: Spiritual Practices for Renewal, Liberation, and Abundance

NOTE: Due to the current health safety protocols, this service will be conducted online using Zoom, not meeting in person. We recommend people connect around 10:15 to work out any connection issues and say hello before the service starts.

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Meeting ID: 996-2265-2377

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Service Description:

“Spiritual Practices for Renewal, Liberation, and Abundance” hosted by the Worship Committee
Tough times require not only spiritual practices of resilience but also spiritual practices for liberation and renewal. There is a difference between simply being able to survive a crisis or chronic stress and really tapping into the wellsprings of renewal, liberation, and abundancy.  How do we cultivate a sense of grace, freedom, and abundancy in these times?

Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh, LICSW is a Unitarian Universalist community minister who shares a private justice consulting and spiritual coaching practice with her husband, Rev. Dr. Clyde Grubbs, known as Tuckerman Creative Ministries for Justice & Healing. Her particular private practice is known as Sacred Play Explorations ( She also has worked as a scholar activist for many years in urban contexts, teaches as a Lecturer at Boston University, and is the author of Violent Trauma, Culture and Power: An Interdisciplinary Exploration in Lived Religion as well as chapters in other volumes.

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