Liminality: Learning to Embrace Patience and Faith in the Betwixt and Between

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Some of us live in liminal spaces all the time and have learned to navigate it beautifully. For others, it can be a scary and anxiety-provoking time. What can the Islamic spiritual concept of patience and faith teach us about the betwixt and between?

Guest Speaker, Rev Summer Albayati, is a UU Muslim of Iraqi descent who has been playing the Arabic drum professionally since the age of 12. In serving congregations, her focus was on transformation by emphasizing that a mission-focused congregation increases vitality, membership, commitment to justice and love. Rev. Summer co-hosts a podcast with her son called “The Bayat Beat,” a commentary on society and culture, with an emphasis on social justice. She also has a chapter in the anthology, Centering: Navigating Race, Authenticity and Power in Ministry, published by Skinner House, and is currently working on a book regarding Islam, the Qur’an and Liberation Theology. Rev. Summer serves as Congregational Life Field Staff for the Unitarian Universalist Association, and is the primary contact for High Plains Church in the Pacific Western Region.

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