The Rev. Tom Boozeman grew up UU in the Connecticut River Valley, attended the Evergreen State College in Olympia and the Starr King School for The Ministry, and after serving a few congregations in Massachusetts, is delighted to be back near the Salish Sea. He is the minister of the Evergreen UU Fellowship in Marysville.
Pastor Tom was raised Unitarian Universalist (UU), attended one of the two UU seminaries in the world, and, prior to coming here to serve Evergreen, he served UU congregations in Kingston, Duxbury, Grafton, and Brewster, Massachusetts.
He fancies himself something of a cinephile, tries to keep up with his meditation practices, and is currently studying with the Bartimaeus Institute.
“Growing into Harmony”
Since Unitarian Universalists have no creed, UUs often struggle with what it is that binds us together – what is it that makes us UUs? Some scholars respond to this question with, “covenant.” (One way of describing covenant is, “walking together in love.”) Our covenantal tradition is what links us to our forebears and to each other. What is it to walk together in love? What does it have to do with living with authenticity, integrity, joy, and resolve? How might it nourish us and inform how we live our lives?
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