Heritage and Legacy: a Complicated Relationship

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Some people have heritages they are proud of. Others have heritages that can be a source of shame. Either way, we can choose what we pass on – and do not pass on – to future generations. Our heritage is never chosen; our legacy can be.

Rev. Millie Phillips was ordained this last January and recently completed a year serving as the minister of the UU Community of Lake County. Before retiring to study for the ministry, Millie worked in the utility industry and was a labor union activist. Rev. Millie Phillips is an affiliated community minister at San Francisco UU and works as the Contra Costa County organizer for the Faith Alliance for a Moral Economy (FAME), a project of the East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy (EBASE).

Worship Leader: Rev. Millie Phillips

Worship Host: Julia Rodriguez


This weeks OOS: Heritage and Legacy: A Complicated Relationship

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