You Can Never Go Back

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While Epiphany on the Christian calendar is the day that Jesus was recognized as both human and divine, the phrase ‘having an epiphany’ has been secularized to mean a moment of revelation…moving into a deeper level of insight that prohibits one’s ability to return to previous perceptions.

This Sunday we are delighted to welcome Rev. Dawn Cooley back to our pulpit.  Rev. Dawn will share some of her own epiphanies and how they have emerged into new avenues for activism. After leaving First Unitarian, Rev. Dawn worked for the Unitarian Universalist Association before becoming the Justice Center Coordinator at All Peoples (formerly Thomas Jefferson Unitarian Church). As a part of her Justice Center Coordinator work, she is helping start the Kentucky UU Justice Action Network (KUUJAN). Currently, she splits her time between All Peoples/KUUJAN and being the 1/2 time Executive Director of Kentucky Interfaith Power & Light, a climate justice organization.