Rev. Amy Moses-Lagos, BBUUC Minister
and the Unitarian Universalist Ministry for Earth present
“Pathways to Healing & Regeneration”
Including a Sermon Reflection by Rev. Yadenee Hailu
With Erin Rogers as Worship Associate
When you imagine pathways to personal, social and ecological healing and regeneration, what do you see? Who is with you on your journey? What transforms and gives way to new beginnings? Who and/or what are you accountable to along the way?
Rev. Yadenee Hailu (she/her) is an Ethiopian American, black woman based in Tulsa, OK, USA. She is a writer, speaker, facilitator, and project manager. Her community ministry, blk earth, is a love letter to the earth and black people inviting all carbon life to return to rest and right-relationship as its baseline. She believes life’s first mandate is to flourish and its second is to heal. This is the mission blk earth supports for persons who desire to curate a lifestyle of healing and to shape their relationships/community towards wholeness.
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