Legacy and the Godly Life: A Reflection for the 21st Century – with Rev. Linda Hart

7-9pm / 23 March 2022 / Online

John Biddle’s legacy to us is his unwillingness to be silent about his deepest beliefs, and his clarity about the necessity of living a Godly life. What might this look like in our century? The Rev. Dr. Linda Hart blends her personal journey with an excavation the ties between the trafficking in humans and the industrial north of England and suggests how we might create a more just legacy for the generations to come.

The Reverend Dr. Linda Hart is a Unitarian Universalist minister serving the Tahoma Unitarian Universalist Congregation in Tacoma, Washington. Over her nearly 40 years in ministry, she has served congregations in Vermont, Connecticut, Washington state and the Richmond and Putney Unitarian Church, as well as working in a community-based ministry in Chicago serving homeless teens. She shares her life with her husband Peter Teets, daughter Claire, and black Labrador Cooper. Her hands are often busy with knitting or writing poetry when she’s got a free moment.

There will be a talk lasting around 30-40 minutes, followed by a Q&A session. Hosted by Rev. Mark Hutchinson. All are most welcome.

Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/94223648779…

Meeting ID: 942 2364 8779

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