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Spirituality Within Religion and Beyond Belief

Sunday, April 2, 2017 at 9:30 am and 11:00 am 

Rev. John Gibb Millspaugh, Guest Speaker

Whether or not we consider ourselves people of faith, all of us have encountered a depth of existence that reminds us that life holds hope and dynamic possibility. These flashes of awareness arise in contexts welcome and unwelcome, mundane and extraordinary. Are they random, or is there something we can do to invite more of them into our lives? Come hear an unexpected perspective on "spirituality" . . . and what it has to do with pottery and poetry, magic and mistrust, love and lower back pain. 

Rev. John Gibb Millspaugh served Unitarian Universalist congregations at the local, regional, and national level from 1998-2014; he then placed his ministry in service of social and environmental justice. In 2015 he co-developed one of the most-watched TEDx talks of all time, and in 2017 founded the nonprofit Better Food Foundation. He lives in San Diego with his wife, Rev. Sarah Gibb Millspaugh, and their five-year-old son, an aspiring astronaut-farmer-baker-ninja-sanitation engineer. 

 

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