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The experience of growing and changing throughout our lives, both as individuals and as larger communities, can be exciting, daunting, and even scary. It can also evoke grief, loss, and sadness. Amanda Udis-Kessler will reflect on ways that grief can show up as we journey through both desired and undesired changes and will suggest ways we can strive to stay open to both the change and the grief that change may bring.
Amanda Udis-Kessler [pronounced yoo-diss-kessler] is a writer, songwriter, composer, sociologist, lay preacher, anti-racism educator, and college administrator. A former member of High Plains, she is currently writing a book about ethical ideas she developed during her years with us, to be published by Wood Lake Books in 2024. When not working on creative and intellectual projects, Amanda loves snuggling with her pets, watching baking competitions, and reading about progressive spirituality and how it can inform social justice work.
Our November Donate the Plate collection will be on this Sunday to benefit Kids on Bikes, see the newsletter for more info!
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