The Worship and Arts Council welcomes Reverend Andrea Greenwood to the pulpit this morning. The sermon and readings this morning explore the role of nature in our worship life and in our experience of the sacred. What does it mean to be tied to the land and feel part of creation and also be living in what some have called a “post-natural world?”
Reverend Andrea Greenwood has served congregations in Atlanta, Georgia and Watertown, Massachusetts. She has been active in disability advocacy work in the broader community and brought her interest in special needs into subsequent work as a Director of Religious Education. She and her husband, the Rev. Mark Harris, have four sons and one book, An Introduction to the Unitarian and Universalist Traditions.
Click on the link below to access the print version of the reading and sermon.