Opening a conversation on any hot topic can take courage these days. We will look deep within our culture’s resistance to brave conversation on the topics of death and dying and how that minimizes both our education and our engagement with this topic we all encounter eventually. Let’s enjoy our time together transcending a topic we’ve ignored far too long – a 4th Principle peek into the free and responsible search for the truth and meaning at life’s end. Brave conversations can be empowering!
Don Ordway, Worship Associate
Rev. Maggie Burbank Yenoki relocated to Southern California from Syracuse, NY in the fall of 2012 after receiving her Master of Divinity degree from Drew Theological School in Madison, NJ. Rev Maggie has completed intensive study of The Art of Death Midwifery through Sacred Crossings in Los Angeles and in her ministry she offers end-of-life spiritual care to the dying and their loved ones. She and her husband George enjoy living their UU faith with passion in all they do, but most of their attention is focused on the recent arrival of their first grandchild, Wilder Michael, born in early August.