“Staying Present to Injustice: Lessons from a Prison Ministry”
Many of us have been witnessing and acting to end unjust incarceration; Lisa has spent the last four years as a prison mentor. How does what we’ve learned in this work move us into an even deeper exploration of all the injustices in our world?
Lisa Perry-Wood, Worship Leader
Lisa Perry-Wood is a graduate of Andover Newton Theological School and a UU Candidate for Ministry. Lisa also holds a Masters in Counseling Psychology and spent 12 years working with youth, families, and adults in the mental health system in Lynn, MA. She then founded and led a K-8 public charter school in Lynn, followed by a consulting and teaching business for schools and nonprofits. Most recently, Lisa has worked as a hospice chaplain serving patients and families in the greater Boston area. Lisa enjoys crafting inclusive and spirit-filled worship services and rituals, and she looks forward to serving in UU parish ministry.
Guest musician will be Yukiko Sekino.