Spiritual Lessons From The St. John’s Bridge
Elizabeth Mount, a lifelong Unitarian Universalist who believes in the power of faithful communities to make a better world, is currently a seminarian at Meadville Lombard, in addition to being a Denver-based community organizer for environmental and racial justice.
Building connections between respect for the interdependent web of all existence, and our responsibilities to create beloved community through our everyday words and actions, Elizabeth’s exploration draws upon their experience in Portland on the St. John’s Bridge as part of a Greenpeace protest.
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