Sometimes, out of nowhere, when we’re just going about our business, life (or God, or spirit) calls us to show up and be counted. We see someone treating another person injustly, and we must make a choice about how to respond. Depending on who we are, we will make a choice. What is a theology of readiness, of presence in that moment of decision?

Here’s the video of this service:

Jud Wolfskill grew up in South Carolina but moved up to Massachusetts in 1997 and has been here ever since. With every year that passes, he seems to like romantic comedies more. He is pursuing UU ordination and will graduate in January with an MDIV from Boston University School of Theology. He lives in Natick with his wife, two daughters, their cat, Stella, and their dog, Dorrie.

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