“Life Before Death”
With Claudia Marshall as Worship Leader
As a UU chaplain serving a community hospital near the Florida-Georgia line, Rev. Carmen Emerson reflects on what a pandemic can teach us about life before death and how preparing for one’s inevitable mortality is a gesture of gratitude for a life well-lived. It is a profound act of kindness towards those we love best.
About our Speaker:
Rev. Carmen Emerson is the Affiliated Community Minister for BBUUC. Her work as an ordained UU minister in full fellowship happens within the wider Jacksonville community as the Baptist Medical Center Nassau staff chaplain. 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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