Where the Divine Dwells

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Palm Sunday marks the beginning of Holy Week, a time to contemplate cycles of destruction and renewal, death and resurrection. Unitarian Universalists have seen the temple of our faith deconstructed and rebuilt time and again as we grapple with an ever-evolving sense of truth and divinity. Where, for you, does the divine dwell?

George Grimm-Howell is a seminary student pursuing a master of divinity degree at United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities with an emphasis in theology and the arts. He is a 25-year member of First Unitarian Church in St. Louis. As an aspirant to UU ministry, he is seeking to combine his life-long skills and interest in communication and the arts into a new career in ministry.

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