“The Contemplative Unitarian Universalist”
Rev. Nikki Williams
Unitarian Universalists are widely (and rightly) recognized for their dedication to and participation in social justice causes. We’re proud of this public and congregational identity. Less visible among us may be the UUs who self-identify as mystics embracing a contemplative spiritual life. What’s it like to live this way? How do we contemplative UUs respond to the Unitarian Universalists’ call to be in the world?
Rev. Nikki Williams is an interfaith minister and a longtime member of our congregation.