• Mother’s Day III – Worship Her

    The best midwives know that birth is best left to nature,That their role is to hold space for that moment of raw creation –That moment where Mother and Child are born,Roared into reality, trial by ring of fire and labor of love They know pushing on one’s back is easier for the doctorAnd works against…

  • Final Master’s Project – Anagape Trauma and the Beloved Community

    This is my presentation of my thesis project for my Master’s of Religious Leadership for Social Change at Starr King School for the Ministry. It has been an incredible labor of love and a healthy dose of tears and swear words over the last year, and I couldn’t be more proud of it. I hope…

  • Screaming at God & Screaming Into the Void

    Delivered at High Street Unitarian Universalist Church on Sunday, April 30, 2023 The title for this sermon comes from my poem, Screaming at God. You can find that and many more in my recent book, Something Resembling God, now available on Amazon. An audio recording of this sermon can be found here. Do you remember…

  • Morning Prayer VII

    A Gentle Reminder from Godde: Go where you are called,for too shall I be there.Be not afraid of the roador the lack of one –I will move mountains for you.Consider it already done.Child, breathe. Perhapsyou are not meant to know.For now, just simply be. And so it is.Blessed Be.

  • It’s Here! My first book of poetry is now available!

    I’m so excited to finally share this with you! My first book of poetry, Something Resembling God, is now available on Amazon. This collection is so close to my heart – they are all poems about the many beautiful, messy, human ways we relate to The Divine. It feels like a love song for the…

  • Oh Honey

    Oh Honey, Stop pretending you are small Just because you are terrified Of your enormity.

  • A Love Letter to White Unitarian Universalists Regarding Cultural Competence and Appropriation

    Beloveds, We need to have a talk. It may be a bit uncomfortable, and that’s ok.