Do we view life as black & white or as varying shades of gray? Have our experiences taught us that most things in life are absolute or ambiguous? Or something in between? In today’s sermon, written by Bruce Clear, we will consider the concept of “fuzziness” and how it relates to UU values and beliefs.
About Our Speaker
David Dean, a BBUUC member and an integral part of our Worship Team, is an Emmy-nominated editor who works as Senior Editor/Post-Producer for the PBS series “Samantha Brown’s Places to Love.” David is also a presenter, writer, and storyteller who volunteers his time as the editor of our worship videos and contributes his other talents in the worship arts to our ministry.
The Rev. Dr. Bruce Clark Clear (1950 -2022) was ordained in 1983, earning a doctorate (D.Min) from the University of Chicago’s School of Theology. In 1993, after serving in Vancouver, Washington, and Portland, he returned to his roots in Indiana, becoming the pastor of All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Indianapolis, Indiana. An abiding passion for social justice as the foundation for the church community defined Rev. Clear’s work as a theologian and minister. As a pastor in each of his churches, he became an active member of the local council of churches and an outspoken community advocate for progressive and humanitarian causes.
Jolie Nguyen is a junior piano performance major at the University of North Florida and is a student of Dr. Gary Smart. She came to the US seven years ago from Viet Nam and graduated from Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, class of 2020. She has worked in the Music Mentor program collaborating with Morning Star School and teaches piano at First Coast School of Music.