Speaker: Rev. Natalie Malter

Rev. Natalie Malter is a UU minister and doctoral student in the Study of Religion at Harvard University. Her research focuses on 20th century American religious history and the relationship between religion and women’s rights movements. She served on the editorial board of A Documentary History of Unitarian Universalism (Skinner 2017) and is passionate about the ways in which UU history shapes our present and our future. For the past two years, she worked as the Unitarian Universalist Affiliate Chaplain in the Office of Religious and Spiritual Life at Wellesley College, where she mentored college students and supported young adult faith formation.

“You Do Not Go Alone”

You can watch the service live at this link

In recent years, psychologists and public health professionals have been increasingly writing about the epidemic of loneliness sweeping our society. We gather together in church community each week out of a shared commitment spiritual exploration and also … read more.