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February 1, “Oversoul, the Force, and Chi (Oh My!)” – Rev. Douglas Taylor Emerson’s transcendentalism, Star Wars’ fantasy mysticism, and eastern religion’s understanding of energy all share a dynamic understanding of life and ‘spirit.’ These are some of the ‘lions and tigers and bears’ we meet in the forest of non-traditional theology.
February 8, “Loving Each other, Loving the World” – Evin Carvill-Ziemer* Our tradition teaches that love is divine. Yet, the word ‘love’ has so many meanings—what would a ‘love ethic’ really look like? How can the ways we love our friends and family form us into people who participate in the divine way of loving?
*Evin is Congregational Life Staff serving the Central East Region and is the program manager for Youth and Young Adult Ministry and Intercultural Competency and is the direct staff liaison for the Saint Lawrence District youth and young adult programs. She has served for a number of years as Youth Advisor Trainer and Groundwork Trainer. She has offered workshops on young adult ministry and building multigenerational community at UULTI (Leadership School for the Central East Regional Group) and other venues. She has served a number of Ohio congregations as student, intern, and Interim minister. Evin lives in Kent, OH with her spouse, the Rev. Melissa Carvill-Ziemer and son Rylan .
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