My ministry seeks to help each person imagine their service to the congregation as a part of their spiritual practice and faith development. There are not always clear problems or clear solutions, and so we must be creative and curious as we seek to understand and respond to the evolving and complex situations inherent to religious community. We must create space for questions, help imagine under-explored areas of inquiry, and hold space for what remains to be learned and examined as we move forward together as a religious community.
This space is possible not only because of the relationships we hold within the congregation, but also because we are in relationship with other Unitarian Universalist congregations, and with the District staff. These partnerships ensure we remain aware of best practices and lessons learned from others, and remind us that none of us face these challenges on our own.