So often we think of loss as only destructive. Researchers, however, are learning that growth also occurs as a result of the struggle with a major life crisis or traumatic event. Loss is also generative. In this century of both personal and collective disruption, change, and upheaval, how might our spiritual lives aid us in both grieving what we rightfully mourn and also choosing to plant seeds of new life, new possibility?
emilie boggis, one of the ministers serving at the Beacon congregation in Summit, NJ, leads this morning’s service. Otis Wildszewski will also be dedicated to the community.
emilie boggis is a member of the Lead Ministry Team at Beacon Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Summit. An alumna from Meadville Lombard Theological School, she is an ordained UU minister grounded in our Universalist theology. She has a Substack newsletter called Choose Love.
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