How do we respect our independence and individuality while also honoring the ways that we are all interdependent on each other? Rev. Kimberly Johnson serves as minister of the UU Congregation of the South Fork on the east end of Long Island in Bridgehampton, New York.
This is the fourth sermon in our 10-part sermon series “Listening to Black Preachers,” featuring Black UU preachers from all over the country. Our preachers are invited to speak on any topic of their choosing.
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Topics: Listening to Black Preachers