Writer Alice Walker introduced the term “womanist” to our lexicon nearly 40 years ago, describing the experiences of Black women at the intersection of gender, race, class, culture, and sexuality. Today’s service explores womanist theology and faith that has infused individual lives, communities, and even the life of our nation.
Rev. Jacqueline Brett is the newly called senior minister of the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Durham, North Carolina.
This is the eighth 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