We Are Our Stories

Some say that it is our stories that bind people together. What do the stories we tell say about who we are as a faith? Whose voices are missing from the stories we tell? Let’s examine the stories that bind Unitarian Universalists together as a faith.

Our pulpit guest, Dayna Edwards, is a ministerial Aspirant studying at Meadville Lombard Theological Seminary. She spent the last eight years as a religious educator serving several congregations around the Washington D.C. area, and has received the Credentialed Religious Educator status from the UUA. She lives with her husband, three children, and their dog in Bowie, Maryland.