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Faith is one of those religious terms with lots of baggage in need of unpacking. The word is often used in ways that do not have integrity for many of us. But does that mean the idea of faith can’t be meaningful? Not at all! Join Amanda Udis-Kessler for a reflection on reframing faith in ways that will enable us to renew our faith, build commitment and connections, and put our faith to work in the world.
Guest Speaker: Amanda Udis-Kessler, a former member of High Plains, is a sociologist, an anti-racism trainer, and an award-winning published hymn writer and composer of progressive sacred music when not working for Colorado College as an administrator. She is currently working on a book about cultural mechanisms of racism, sexism, and homophobia. Her worship music is in use in progressive religious communities throughout the US and in Canada, the UK, South Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Amanda estimates that this is roughly the 150th reflection she has given in a UU church since 2005.
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