Sunday, January 28, 2024
Putting Love at the Center
Rev. Dana Worsnop, UU Church of Ventura
“Putting, keeping, holding love at the center of our lives, of our faith, in the world. That is our human quest. And it’s really hard… I really believe that the love available in the world is ample, even abundant. Possible, even probable. Yet, anyone who has loved – which is all of us – knows it’s so much more complicated…”
Bio: Rev. Dana Worsnop has been the minister at UU Ventura since August 2016. She is a 2002 graduate of Starr King School for the Ministry in Berkeley and has served congregations in Oregon City, Oregon, Boise, Idaho, and Canada. Her spiritual and religious inspiration arises from Buddhism and Jewish-Christian-Islamic traditions with a strong stream of Humanism running through it all. Rev. Dana’s family roots are in the midwest, though and she lived in the Bay Area for 20 years before ministry took her out of California. In previous careers, she was a newspaper reporter and editor and a 3rd grade teacher. She has two dogs, and still roots for the Detroit Tigers and the San Francisco 49ers. She plays tennis, likes seeing movies on the big screen, and has been a Trekkie since the original series debuted in 1966.
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