Date(s) - 10/06/2020
11:00 am - 11:45 am
What are the less visible wounds of this ongoing pandemic that cause deep injuries to our individual and collective souls and communities? These wounds are layered on and magnify the suffering caused not only by the virus, but also by the historical systems of economic and racial injustice that shape our communities. How do we engage in forms of soul repair, or soul mending, that put the needs of those most dramatically affected by the pandemic at the center, and engage healing as a communal spiritual and political process? Please join us for a time of reflection, a time to mourn, and a time to rage as we pray, celebrate, and find strength in community.
Our spiritual message will be brought by Rev. Dr. Gabriella Lettini (Dean of the Faculty & Aurelia Henry Reinhardt Professor of Theological Ethics). The service will be co-led by Pastor Jacqueline Duhart and members of the Transformative Ritual Craft course: Li Kynvi, Rebecca Bernard, Robin Thompson, and Zeb Green. Our Tuesday Chapel virtual doors open at 10:50 am PT with music and a time for reflection and meditation. Chapel begins at 11:00 am and concludes at 11:45. All are welcome. Come let us be together.