What can the wilderness teach us about the possibilities of feeling lost in our lives? What allows possibility to emerge when we feel alone or when we are challenged as a community to find new ways of being? Rev. Samantha Wilson will explore the possibilities in uncertainty, and what might happen if we can resist the urge to be “found” too quickly.
Rev. Wilson is a Unitarian Universalist minister facilitating restorative justice circles in communities and prisons and an anti-racist community organizer in Los Angeles. She is a PhD candidate in Community Psychology at Pacifica Graduate Institute.
David Early, Worship Associate
The Emerson Choir will sing “Like a Mighty Stream” by Moses Hogan and John Jacobson