Who Are UUs? Remembering, Identity and Community

Who are Unitarian Universalists?  We bring ourselves to this faith with many different experiences. So, we interpret Unitarian Universalism through a variety of lenses. The symbols we use, the stories we tell, the information we gather from various sources, and the narratives about our faith ancestors as well as theologians convey meanings about our identity and community. In this sermon, guest preacher Melissa Jettter will use symbols, stories, as well as narratives about faith ancestors and ideas from current theologians to re-member identity and community in Unitarian Universalism.

Melissa Jeter  is currently a full-time seminary student at the Methodist Theological School in Ohio as well as a full-time librarian in Toledo, Ohio. She serves in the Toledo Community on the Human Relations Commission on with the social justice subcommittee. Melissa is affiliated with First Unitarian Church of Toledo now as their student minister.

As an adult services reference librarian, she helps people  learn how to use computers and electronic media. She holds a Master of Science Degree in Library and Information Science from the University of Illinois and a Master of Arts degree in Sociology from the University of Toledo.  Before her work in libraries, she worked or volunteered in programs based on issues housing, civil rights, domestic violence at nonprofit agencies in Toledo.

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