“No Place and Every Place Sacred”
with Special Guest, Jennie Mulqueen
The late great sage Maya Angelou said, “You are only free when you realize you belong no place, you belong every place.” What does it mean to belong – how do you feel it in your body, mind, and spirit? How can we grasp Maya Angelou’s mystical sense of belonging in the world in a time of intense division and potential mass human migration? How can our traveling souls find love in sacred space?
About Jennie Mulqueen, M.Div., M.Ed., B.M. ~
Describing herself as a universalist mystic, Jennie comes to UU ministry with a background in arts education and singing. She graduated from Boston University School of Theology in 2017 and is in her final stages of ministerial formation.
One of Jennie’s interests is in building a community ministry of radical caroling – listen for our light, we might be coming to your neighborhood soon!
Jennie lives in Milton with her two teenagers, Sophie and Atticus, and their beloved cat Audrey. She is happy to be asked back to the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson and looks forward to sacred gathering.
The service begins at 10:30am. Please join us afterwards for coffee, tea, refreshments, and fellowship in our Worship Cafe ~ everyone is welcome at UCMH!