So much of the varying value that society ascribes to people is dependent on the nature and compensation of their labour. For many of us, our work has been one of the things that has given our lives meaning and purpose. As the world of work changes and automation proceeds at an unprecedented pace, what new stories do we have to write and learn and tell about what gives life meaning?
Rev. Christopher Wulff was ordained in the fall of 2018 and was recently called to serve as the Senior Minister at Westside UU Congregation in West Seattle. An OWL trainer, a former lay chaplain, and previously the intern minister at the First Unitarian Church of Victoria, Rev. Wulff has been working with the UUA in supporting congregations throughout the Pacific Western Region for the last three years. His wife Ariel has recently completed her service at the North Shore Unitarian Church where she worked on membership and youth programming, and his three-year old son, Rowan, has been known to wander about the chancel during storytime at UCV.