The Rev. Carmen Emerson,
BBUUC Affiliated Community Minister, will present
“Keeping Infinite Faith with Hope”
With Elizabeth DeCoux as Worship Leader
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once wrote that as human beings, as people of faith, we can “…accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope…” This sermon description is being written and published before the 2020 election, and we don’t know—yet—what the results are going to be. Whichever way it goes, what does it mean for us, as Unitarian Universalists, to keep infinite faith with hope?
About our Speaker:
Rev. Carmen Emerson is the Affiliated Community Minister for BBUUC. As an ordained UU minister in full fellowship, her work happens within the wider Jacksonville community, currently as a chaplain resident assigned to the palliative care team at Baptist Medical Center. Rev. Emerson’s experience as a parish minister includes ten years of full-time service to our UU congregations in Albuquerque, NM (contract); Meadville, PA (called); and Nashville, TN (called).
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