Speaker: Rev. Abigail Stockman

Rev. Stockman (she/her/elle) describes herself as semi-retired. She has served UU Congregations in Rhode Island, NY, Maryland, NH, and Vermont, in a variety of transitional ministries. Currently she lives in Vermont’s “northeast kingdom” and once again had her socks knocked off by the magnificence of this autumn’s colors. In addition to congregational work her ministries have included hospice, prison, and justice settings. Currently she attends a graduate program in Restorative Justice. Abigail is also a harpist with the Vermont Philharmonic, a community orchestra.

Restoring Justice

When I entered my graduate program last spring I thought I knew what justice was; now I am not quite as certain. A large part of our Unitarian and Universalist faith is about doing justice. And times of change are opportunities to increase justice. A … read more.