Rev. Carmen Emerson
BBUUC’s Affiliated Community Minister
Presents Second Sunday Spirit in Practice:
“Personal Spiritual Practices”
Claudia Marshall, Worship Leader
Eileen Morrison, Accompanist
Stephanie Miller, Guest Musician
Our sermon series continues with a consideration of personal spiritual practices that ground us and help us hear “the still small voice within,” which allows us access to our internal wisdom and true selves. As part of our exploration, we’ll practice an “intercessory prayer” together during the service. You’re encouraged to bring a journal and pen to our Second Sunday Spirit in Practice services.”
About Our Speaker:
Rev. Carmen Emerson is the Affiliated Community Minister in covenant with BBUUC. Her work as an ordained UU minister in full fellowship happens within the wider Jacksonville community as the Lead Chaplain for Baptist Medical Center Nassau. She is a BCCI/APC Board-Certified chaplain, and her 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).
Stephanie Miller originates from Virginia. She has a bachelor’s degree in music, focusing on vocal and piano performance. Stephanie has a master’s in music therapy and serves as a music therapist for a pediatric hospice and palliative care program. She spends her spare time singing with the Jacksonville Symphony Chorus and raising her foster son and dogs.