David Early, Worship Associate
For so many of us, the practice of imagination is left behind after childhood. But what if we reincorporated the magic of imagination into our daily lives? What might we imagine anew for ourselves? What might we dream up for our world? How might doing the work of imagination in community be a pathway to justice and love? This Sunday, we will revisit the practice of imagination as a form of “theological reflection,” the worship theme for April.
Rev. Liz Murphy (she/her) is a Chaplain Resident at the VA Hospital in Loma Linda, CA, and also the affiliated community minister at Orange Coast Unitarian Universalist Church. She previously served as the Interfaith Programs Assistant at the University of Southern California’s Office of Religious and Spiritual Life, as well as a chaplain intern at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. Liz graduated from the Claremont School of Theology with a Master of Divinity in 2020. Originally from Pittsburgh, she lives in Los Angeles with her wife, Hilary.