“Waking Up to a Life of Privilege: The Work of Race and Class Justice”
Each of us has our own unique story, from growing up in a particular race and class background. This Sunday we’ll explore insights from the intersection of different stories, asking “How can we be more present now to the lived experiences of those we see as different or other?”
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.