Religion & Spirituality
08/13/17 "Sacred Complexity"
Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson
We are woven together in ways seen and unseen. What does the Earth teach us about the connections that bind our fates intricately together?
Today our world is so often being dismantled, I will share how our Unitarian Universalist faith helps me tend to the sacred connections that hold us all together.
Kimberlee Tomczak Carlson is an educator, artist and candidate for Unitarian Universalist ministry enrolled at Meadville Lombard Theological School. Kimberlee began her work in Unitarian Universalism over 15 years ago working first for the UUA and then for the district in Youth and Young Adult Ministries. She continued on to be the Program Director for six years at The Unitarian Unviersalist Church in Rockford, Illinois and then the religious education curriculum creator for Soul Matters. Kimberlee has just finished her chaplaincy training at St. Luke's Hospital in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and is currently living in Kenosha, Wisconsin with her precocious son Miles, patient husband Rev. Erik David Carlson and mouthy cat Amelia. She is eager to return to church work, beginning her ministerial internship at Church West in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin next month. She is delighted to be returning to The UU Church in Rockford!
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