Kate R. Walker

Rev. Dr. Kate R. Walker (she/her/hers) started serving the First Unitarian Church of Pittsburgh in August of 2021. Previously she served the Mount Vernon Unitarian Church in Alexandria, VA, and the Meadville Unitarian Universalist Church, in Meadville, PA. She was raised Unitarian Universalist and is a double UU preacher’s kid. She has several academic degrees you can ask her about, but are boring to list. She lives in Pittsburgh with her husband Mark and two deeply loved Springer Spaniels. Kate's experience with Unitarian Universalism includes serving as the Scribe of the Ministerial Conference at Berry Street. Visit Kate's website.

From Kate R. Walker

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In this powerful collection, editor Kate R. Walker and contributors look back over more than two hundred years of Berry Street essays and offer analysis and historical context.

Book | By Kate R. Walker | From Skinner House Books
Tagged as: History, Unitarian Universalism

Leader: For our earth, our ancient mother, blue-green planet of the galaxy, harbinger of lives beyond measure, we honor you with our humble presence, we bow with humility and gratitude. All: We pledge to transform our lives....

Litany | By Kate R. Walker | August 27, 2019 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: 7th Principle (Interconnected Web), Earth, Earth Day, Earth-Centered, Nature, Responsibility, Transformation, Climate Justice

A curriculum that offers personal reflection, learning, and spiritual growth focused on the topic of death and dying. It brings death, dying, and grief into the light of our daily lives, and invites participants to experience death and dying as a healthy part of life.

Curriculum | By Kate R. Walker, Lee Ann Wester | December 2, 2015 | For Adults | From Facing Death with Life
Tagged as: 1st Principle (Worth & Dignity), 3rd Principle (Acceptance & Spiritual Growth), 4th Principle (Truth & Meaning), Death, Direct Experience, Life Transition

In between, liminal, that space where we wait. Between moments; events, results, action, no action. To stand on the threshold, waiting for something to end, And something new to arrive, a pause in the rumble of time. Awareness claims us, alert, a shadow of something different....

Meditation | By Kate R. Walker | May 29, 2015 | From WorshipWeb
Tagged as: 3rd Principle (Acceptance & Spiritual Growth), 4th Principle (Truth & Meaning), Agnosticism, Bridging Ceremony, Change, Coming of Age, Humanism, Letting Go, New Year, Revelation, Summer Solstice, Transformation, Winter Solstice / Yule, WorshipWeb

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