Sunday, May 24, 10:30am
Public Memory, Art, and Theology
with Special Guest, Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh
As we honor Memorial Day in this particular year, how can we broaden our reflection on the theological meaning of public memory as conveyed through public art? What role does public ritual and public art play in cultivating our social and spiritual moral imaginations?
About Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh ~
Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh, LICSW is a Unitarian Universalist community minister and shares a private justice consulting and spiritual coaching practice with her husband, Rev. Dr. Clyde Grubbs known as Tuckerman Creative Ministries for Justice & Healing. She also has worked as a scholar activist for many years in urban contexts, teaches as a Lecturer at Boston University, and is the author of Violent Trauma, Culture and Power: An Interdisciplinary Exploration in Lived Religion as well as chapters in other volumes. Her website is www.revmichellewalsh.com.
We encourage people to light their own chalice or candle at home when we do our chalice lighting.
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