Christin Green is a graduate of Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, DC (May 2019) and a Ministerial Candidate for UU ministry. She is the adopted daughter of two women who raised her in a suburb of Kansas City, MO. Christin transplanted to Washington, DC in 2008 to earn a Master of Arts in Women's Studies from The George Washington University. After completing her Masters, she decided to stay in the area and pursue nonprofit work. The continuing search for purpose led her to attend seminary. She looks forward to sharing her time and talent as a musician, a poet, a lifelong learner, and a UU minister in formation.
Names of Services/Sermons with a short description:
- Metamorphosis - (sermon) We are formed and transformed throughout our entire lives by our relationships with other human beings. These relationships come in many forms with varying levels of complications. Join guest preacher, Christin Green, for some reflections on humanity.
- Creation Lives! - (sermon) April 2020 will mark the 50th annual celebration of Earth Day in the United States. That means there are nearly two whole generations of earthlings incorporating this type of appreciation and learning into their lives. We have made great strides and also grave mistakes. How do we celebrate the Earth while facing the realities of its destruction? How do we cope with the losses and also make a positive impact? Join guest preacher, Christin Green, to explore life-giving responses to our planet.
- There's More To Life Than Productivity - (sermon) Many of us have anxiety surrounding a lack of productivity. Self-care or a necessary nap can be mistaken as selfish or wasted hours: Don't I have something more important to do? Retirement can result in depression: Who am I if I'm not my job? This line of thinking signals a dangerous attachment and addiction to productivity. Join guest preacher, Christin Green, to explore how to recognize this and how we might shift our perspective.
- The Gift of Enough - (sermon) How often do you think to yourself, "I have enough" or "I am enough"? We can expect a lot of the world and of ourselves. Our capacity for generosity is deeply impacted by how we think of what we have and what we lack. Join Christin Green, to explore our perceptions of abundance, scarcity, and enough.
- Other services: Memorial services, Ritual scattering of ashes, Weddings (depending on area requirements), Drum circles
Sound healing circles, Drum/Sound themed workshops
Availability: Any distance will be considered, depending on travel compensation, available year round.
Fee arrangements: According to UUMA guidelines.
Contact: Email Christin Green at email@example.com