As many traditions celebrate All Saints Day we reflect on those who have gone before. How does our faith call us to lament and to engagement with the transitions of life?
Christopher Wulff is a seminarian at Emmanuel College at the University of Toronto, preparing for ordination as a Unitarian Universalist minister. In addition to his being an OWL (Our Whole Lives) teacher and a Lay Chaplain with his congregation, he runs a small web development firm for community non-profits and teaches in the Journalism degree program at Humber College.
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Author Rebecca Solnit writes, “To hope is to give yourself to the future, and that commitment to the future makes the present inhabitable.” Where do we draw strength from when our dreams are so often of a world we won't live into and how is that future imagined? How do we, as Unitarian Universalists, recognize that vision is more than eyesight and hope is more than a wish.
Christopher Wulff, is a seminarian at Emmanuel College in Toronto studying for UU Ministry. A fifth-generation Unitarian Universalist, he is passionate about youth and young adult ministries, developing churches with mission, and building intentional communities.
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