For Christians, Easter is a moment to celebrate the cycle of life and death. For many Unitarian Universalists, it is a time of rededication and remembrance It is a time to celebrate the lives of infants who have entered the world in the past year and of people who have left it. While we remember and celebrate these lives, we also share a jelly bean communion.
Rev. Jeffrey Brown recently completed a 16-year ministry with the Unitarian Congregation in Mississauga. He began his ministerial career in 1972 and has served Unitarian Universalist congregations in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont as well as teaching in university and directing a mental health centre. Currently he acts as the Unitarian Universalist minister at the University of Toronto and represents our Unitarian Universalist movement in several social justice endeavours. This past May he delivered the annual Historical Society lecture, a presentation that became the introductory chapter for the Society’s newly published book, Guarding Sacred Embers: Reflections on Canadian Unitarian and Universalist History. He lives in Toronto with his partner Kate Hays, a clinical psychologist.
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