Speaker: Martha Durkee-Neumann

Martha Durkee-Neuman (she/her) is a lifelong UU young adult originally from Washington State, now living in Somerville, MA. Martha serves as the Director of Religious Education at First Parish in Malden and is a second-year seminarian at Harvard Divinity School, pursuing UU ministry. She also works as an electoral political trainer, supporting grassroots progressive candidates for local public office in Massachusetts. Martha is passionate about interfaith solidarity, abolition, and transformative justice. She can often be found dancing, hiking, and conducting Zoom finger puppet theater.

Sunday Service: Our Lives Are In Each Other’s Hands All The Time

Join us for our Sunday Service on April’s theme of Awakening led by Martha Durkee-Neumann. The past two years have shown us that we are capable of rapid systemic change when we understand our lives to be in each other’s hands. But with our climate changing rapidly, our lives are in each other’s hands all … Continue reading Sunday Service: Our Lives Are In Each Other’s Hands All The Time