Sunday Service: Remembering


Sunday, May 30th                                                                  Remembering                                                                                     Rev. Julie Taylor

It is Memorial Day weekend, a time set aside to remember. Historically, Memorial Day (originally Decoration Day) was created to honor and remember those who have died in service to our country. This morning we will remember sacrifices for our nation from a UU perspective.  Joe Gillotti will lead our brief annual honoring of Memorial Day following the service.


Rev. Julie Taylor is a Unitarian Universalist community minister specializing in critical incident response, community crisis and spiritual care. Rev. Julie is the Senior Director of Contextual Ministry at Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago. Additionally, Rev. Julie serves as a chaplain (Captain) with the New York Air National Guard and on the boards of the UU Trauma Response Ministry and the UU Military Ministry at Great Lakes. A sought after speaker and teacher, Rev. Julie has contributed chapters to several books on the subject of spiritual care and crisis. Agitating, preaching and working towards dismantling systems of white supremacy are key in Rev. Julie’s theology and work.