Unitarian Universalism is a living, breathing faith, and our theology is proof of that. Many people think that to be UU means to believe whatever you want, but is that really true? Guest preacher Karishma Gottfried will share her experiences being raised as a Unitarian Universalist and discerning her own personal theology through (re)discovery of our heretical ancestors and a modern embrace of radical religious faith.
Karishma Gottfried is a young adult raised in the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Corvallis, Oregon, and a junior studying religion at Wellesley College in Massachusetts. She recently was one of the panelists for the 2021 Sophia Lyons Fahs Lecture, and currently serves The Sanctuary Boston as Campus Ministry Coordinator.
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Meeting ID: 826 139 9470
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