The ancient book of Leviticus lays out rules and rituals for a tribal people in search of a home and building a sense of shared identity beyond their shared experiences of oppression. It can seem like it has no bearing on our modern lives. But … read more.
Speaker: Ariel Aaronson-Eves
Raised UU in New Jersey, Ariel Aaronson-Eves spent four glorious years farming in Arkansas before making her way to Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley, California, to pursue her Master’s of Divinity degree. Ariel moved back east, to Maine, in 2019 to do her parish internship with the UU congregations in Castine, Ellsworth, and Belfast. Since then she has remained in Wabanaki territory, dividing her time over the past six months between family in New Hampshire and a just-completed chaplaincy internship in Bangor at Eastern Maine Medical Center. Ariel graduated from seminary this past May and was recently welcomed into Preliminary Fellowship with the Unitarian Universalist Association.
In this sermon, UU minister Ariel Aaronson-Eves will reflect on the body as a source of knowing, especially for Unitarian Universalists. What can our bodies tell us when we tune in, about our health, about our relationships, about the sacred? How might we learn … read more.