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Unitarian Universalism: Here & Now

  • 06 Dec 2023
  • 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
  • Zoom


What happens when history telling begins with the here and now? What happens when Unitarian Universalist history begins with honoring the full legitimacy of the many communities across planet Earth who claim the name “Unitarian” or “Universalist” or “Unitarian Universalist”? 

Let’s share stories of how we claim our belonging in the UU movement, and explore different frameworks for telling the story of our collective belonging. How might a meta-modern “Everything Everywhere All At Once” approach to telling the story of UUs change how we understand the UU movement and ourselves in it?

The Rev. Dr. Catherine Mie Ishida is a UU minister, and a longtime practitioner of Zen Buddhism. She didn’t grow up in either tradition, so it was a surprise to discover that both were part of her ancestral heritage. She has lived in Tokyo, New York, London, and a few other places, and continues to grow up in Hilo, Hawaiʻi.
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