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Spirit, Money, and Justice: A Talk by Dorothy Emerson
How does our relationship with money affect us spiritually and emotionally? What does it mean to have a healthy relationship with money? How can we best use money to work for justice?
The Rev. Dr. Dorothy May Emerson is a Unitarian Universalist community minister with Rainbow Solutions in Medford, Massachusetts, where she focuses on connecting spirituality, money, and justice; consults with justice-making organizations; and is the coordinator of the Margaret Fuller Bicentennial.
Her writings include Standing Before Us: Unitarian Universalist Women and Social Reform 1776-1936 and the new curriculum Becoming Women of Wisdom: Marking the Passage into the Crone Years. She is currently working on a memoir on the 1960s.
More About Community Church of Boston
The Community Church of Boston is a Unitarian Universalist congregation with a strong commitment to social justice. Members are involved in many causes, from immigration justice to quarry reform. The church offers ministry services in area prisons, and those who have been incarcerated are welcome and encouraged to join the congregation.
The atmosphere is laidback yet committed. Services are at 11am on Sundays, with the Reverend Jason Lydon. They're currently held on the third floor of the building while the second floor sanctuary is renovated after flooding damage.
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- Healing from Tragedy and Resisting a Bigoted Backlash Sun, May 26, 11:00 am–2:00 pm