The Forgiveness Of Clay

A popular metaphor for spiritual life is that there is a maker, and we are the clay. What does it mean to be the makers of our own lives, and what shall we make with the clay we are given? Consider this as we explore our religious past and determine our spiritual future.

The Chalice Choir Sings

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Rev. Shawna Foster is a Unitarian Universalist Minister from Colorado. She came to ministry through a prophetic path of working for peace and against war. Rev. Foster believes our tradition changes our lives and the world for the better because we are suited to fulfill our destiny to "love beyond belief" as expressed by Rev. Thandeka.