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March 26 — Social Justice as Spiritual Practice: Rev. Greg Chute, Minister, Unitarian Universalists of Central Delaware: We Unitarians and Universalists claim to have a deep commitment to social justice. Many of us also claim to be searching for something we often call "spiritual," but are not sure what that means. Perhaps we can find spirituality in our social action and community involvement. Rev. Chute was raised in the Unitarian faith, was ordained in 1994, and is currently serving part-time at the UU's of Central Delaware. Greg lives in Newark with his wife, two dogs, two cats, and a rose garden.
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