Lauren Hulse

Lauren Hulse is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist who currently serves our faith tradition as Membership and Communications Coordinator at Tennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church in KnoxvilleTennessee (opinions in this article are her own). In her spare time, she helps organize an Anti-Racism Education Collective and writes a blog where you can follow her adventures as a UU, an activist, and a single mama.

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A Seat at the Table: The Transformative Practice of Being Together Early this year, the congregation I am a part of in KnoxvilleTennesseeTennessee Valley Unitarian Universalist Church (TVUUC), helped bring an Interfaith program called A Seat at the Table (ASATT) to our hometown....

By Lauren Hulse | December 13, 2016 | From Stories and Voices
Tagged as: Activism, Choice, Community, Education, Faith, Growth, Homecoming / Ingathering, Secular, Spiritual Practice, Unitarian Universalism, Unity, Anti-Oppression, Beliefs & Principles, Congregational Action, Multigenerational Faith Development, Multiculturalism, Teaching Methods, Young Adult Faith Development (ages 18-35)

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