The Universalist side of our UU heritage claims we are all universally worthy and beloved. Yet, that belief can render lived experiences and valuable differences invisible. How do we make space for those on the margins of society, especially the margins of poverty and hunger? How does Universalism call us to honor the particularities within our shared humanity?
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About our Guest: Beth Monhollen has known she was a UU for over 20 years, and since 2013, has been an official member of First Church Milwaukee where she first began to discern a call to ministry as a path that would allow her to use her skills gained as a writer, actor, and educator for the spiritual development of others. She is now halfway finished with her Master of Divinity program at Meadville Lombard Theological School and is a quarter of the way through a multiplatform ministry internship with WellSprings UU in Chester Springs, PA.
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