How Well Fits Your Shell?
« Acts of Generosity and Other Ways to Be a Change Agent | Gender and Sex in Religion (Daylight Savings Time Begins) »
There comes a time in everyone’s life when something has to change. Who we are; what we think we are all about; and what we think we are doing comes under examination. Lee Anne will explore the tell-tale signs that you are growing spiritually, and might need to rethink your identity, try something different, live into a changing reality, or just get a bigger shell!
Speaker’s Biography: Rev. Lee Anne Washington has been an attorney, author, and educator for over 30 years. She was ordained a Unitarian Universalist Minister on January 27, 2019. She is a graduate of the College of William & Mary in Virginia, the University of Virginia Law School, and Union Presbyterian Seminary. She was raised in the United Methodist Church, lived 10 years as a Modern Orthodox Jewish woman, and is a member of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock. She brings a multi-faith and multi-cultural perspective to her preaching and social justice work. Something of a feminist biblical scholar, she has published an essay supporting women’s right to reproductive choice from a biblical perspective. The book is titled “The Human Life Equation, a Biblical Case for Choice” and is available on Amazon. She lives in White Stone, Virginia with her cat Princess, both of whom miss her daughter, Lucy, who is a first year at the University of Virginia.