Presented by Rev Debra Faulk
There is a children’s chalice lighting that says we are the church of the open mind, the loving heart and the helping hands. Yet it can be a challenge to ask for help, accept its offer or even know how to lend a helping hand. Does this inhibit our capacity to be radically inclusive?
Rev Debra Faulk, a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, retired in 2021 as Minister Emerita after 11 years with Calgary Unitarians. She received a BA in psychology and anthropology from UVic and a Master of Divinity from Vancouver School of Theology. Her many roles have included being a chaplain at Vancouver General Hospital, Director of Religious Education in Victoria and Parish Ministry to congregations in Alberta and Ontario. She is now one of the two BC reps to the CUC (Canadian Unitarian Council) Board. Previously she served on the Boards of both the Toronto and Calgary Interfaith Council and the Calgary Alliance for the Common Good, working to collaborate with labour and non-profits to address systemic social change in the city. She also served on the Collegial Development Team of the UU Ministers Association.
Debra, as a single mom, raised two children who have blessed her with 5 grandchildren. Currently she is excited with the adventure of co-ownership of her new home in Victoria, building community and being close to family.
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