On this Easter Sunday, just a few days after Passover, we’re invited to reflect on the fourth of our Unitarian Universalist six sources, “Jewish and Christian teachings which call us to respond to God’s love by loving our neighbours as ourselves.” For many among us, the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament texts can be uncomfortable to engage with, and they can be absolutely confounding to apply, as we wonder what exactly to do with the story of the parting of the red sea or the resurrection of Christ. What is a miracle, anyway, and how do you/we feel about them? Join us Sunday as we gather not at all sure what happened, but knowing that there is wisdom to be found in stories that can change our lives.
Speaker Bio: Rev. Christopher Wulff is a fifth-generation Canadian Unitarian, who most recently served as Minister of the Westside UU Congregation in West Seattle. In his varied life he’s worked as a park ranger, a graphic designer and programmer, a counselor for refugees and an advocate for people living in poverty, a professor of journalistic ethics, and a cook at a Unitarian Universalist retreat centre. His lovely wife Ariel also grew up UU, and worked for the CUC for many years, and they have two young kiddos who are more interested in the snack table after church than in the service, but who are quickly picking up the hymns sung around the dinner table. Christopher is currently experimenting with various treatments to resolve a period of major depression and organizing with folks to launch a new network of UU communities in Vancouver modeled after house churches and revivals.
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