We welcome a guest speaker from Nashville, Tennessee via Zoom, Roddy Biggs
With the New Year now just arrived we all are faced with many challenges, some old and some new, the mix. Challenges from addictions, violence, corruption, envy, strife, brokenness, COIVD, and the list goes on. Join us as we discuss and work to address our time’s challenges and look towards the new year. What does this year Call us to do moving forward? What are you leaving behind in the old year, and what are you bringing with you in the new year.
Roddy Biggs is a Middle Tennessee State University student finishing their bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies before pursuing seminary in the Fall of 2021. They study and work towards ordination in UU ministry. Roddy is currently a member of the First UU Church of Nashville. They are a worship associate, a lay minister on the pastoral care team, and a co-chair for the Social Justice Ministries at the church. In addition to the work in their local congregation, Roddy is serving in an Academic Internship for the Unitarian Universalist Young Adult Revival Network, is on The Board of Directors for Unitarian Universalist Mental Health Network, and works as a lay-speaker on Sunday mornings whenever they have the opportunity to do so. Roddy has a passion for speaking on topics that have historically been left out of religious spaces, including mental health challenges, queerness, and multiracial identities. He plans to continue such vocation and advocacy as they continue their education and enter into life long service in Unitarian Universalist faith communities.
All are welcome! Join us on Zoom: https://zoom.us/j/91227151335?pwd=ZHlMYURCTTVSZ3U1ZFExOEZQTGY0Zz09