ONLINE, NOT IN-PERSON: A Spirituality Called Wisdom

NOTE: Due to the current need for social distancing, this service will be conducted online using Zoom, not meeting in person. We recommend joining a few minutes early (10:15am) to work out any connection issues before the service starts.

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Service Description:

Through millennia, human beings have sought wisdom. Let’s explore together what this meant for our ancestors and what it means for us today.

Rev Dr. Clyde Grubbs and his wife Rev Dr Michelle Waslh will be sharing the pulpit for this service.

Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh, LICSW is a Unitarian Universalist community minister and shares a private justice consulting and spiritual coaching practice with her husband, Rev. Dr. Clyde Grubbs known as Tuckerman Creative Ministries for Justice & Healing.  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. Through CREW of Boston (Communities Responding to Extreme Weather), Rev. Walsh provides local congregational education workshops as well.

Clyde Grubbs is a Unitarian Universalist minister who served congregations in Indiana, Quebec, Massachusetts, Texas, Florida and California. He is presently serving as Minister at Large of the Tuckerman Creative Ministries for Justice and Healing.  Clyde honors his Native American heritage (Texas Cherokee) which informs his spiritual understanding and practice, and his anti-racist and anti-oppressive commitment. He has worked for peace, justice and equality since he was in the Unitarian Universalist youth movement, Liberal Religious Youth

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