Anti-Racism as a Spiritual Practice

Rev. Christine Dance will present

“Anti-Racism as a Spiritual Practice”

With Jennifer Bacmeister as Worship Leader

Sometimes our justice work is external, but it is often most powerful when we do the internal work. Join us to explore how anti-racism work can be a powerful internal exercise, even a spiritual exercise.

About our Guest Speaker:

Christine DanceRev. Christine Dance is proud to serve as the Minister of the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Phoenix, Arizona where she is in her second year as their called minister. UUCP is a thriving congregation with 450 members and 200 kids and like you, misses each other desperately during this pandemic. Christine’s ministry focuses on leading with love to build the community that we all want to live in—one centered in justice, equity and compassion. Christine is a second-career minister, after having a 30-year career in marketing, innovation, product development and communications before joining the ministry. Christine and her wife Karen have two grown sons and are herded around their house daily by their four cats and two dogs.

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