Date(s) - 07/26/2020
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Two Rivers Unitarian Universalist


Our ancestors – familial and spiritual – experienced many times of profound hardship and change, and through each of these, they found ways to survive, and even thrive. In our collective memory, in our DNA, we have the experience, the insight, and the wisdom to face this current moment, this current pandemic, in ways we may not even realize.

Rev. Sean Neil-Barron

Our friends at Foothills UU have drawn on the lessons of our collective past in their series, the Roots of Resilience, and “Encountering Risk” is a homily from that series. Rev. Sean Neil-Barron, associate minister at Foothills, reflects on what we, as liberals and people of faith, learned from the AIDS epidemic, and how that crisis shaped his identity as a gay man coming of age long after that pandemic.

(While we have temporarily cancelled the public gathering portion of our services, you can still watch our services Sunday mornings at 10am via Zoom. Videos of our public services will also be posted here on our website, on the Sermon Archive page.)


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