Rev. Will Humphrey — Vulnerability and Building Community
March 26 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
Sunday Service — 10:30 a.m.
Leader — Kristin Ellis
Speaker — Rev. Will Humphrey
Title/Topic — Vulnerability and Building Community
Bio — Serving as our part-time parish minister, he was ordained with us and has served us since 2015. Rev. Will is also the settled minister of East Shore UU Church. Rev Will is active with anti-racism work within Knox, Richland, and Wayne Counties and throughout the state; he works with the Heritage Universalist groups, including the Universalist Convocation, and Rev Will is active within the Central East Region’s Summer Institute, serving on the ministry/chaplain team for the past four years. Passionate about liberation theological perspectives and eco-feminism, Rev Will advocates for LGBTQ+ rights, anti-racism and economic justice, affirming the worth and dignity of each person, fighting for justice, equity, and compassion in human relations. Rev Will believes that “the foundation of our faith, as Unitarian Universalists, is the Love that we live in our interactions and our daily Social Justice work.
Potluck to follow service.
Fellowship has returned. Join us downstairs after service for coffee and conversation.
*Masks are requested in the building*