Rev. Kathleen McTigue and Worship Associate Katie Hamilton
We are living in troubled times, both at home and far afield, as stark barriers defining “us” and “them” are fortified and championed. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed or helpless, at the same time that we feel compelled to do something. Our faith offers the wisdom that can keep us centered and sane, inviting us to live at the intersection of spiritual grounding and justice activism. Rev. McTigue is the director of the UU College of Social Justice.