Stranger in a Strange Land

Museum District – 10:30 am

Psychologist C.G Jung developed a paradigm for psychological growth called individuation and believed it to be humanity’s most important work.  From a Jungian perspective, the Exodus account of Moses’ early life becomes a map to freedom through the arduous inner work of individuation. Let’s reflect on what we gain when we leave the narrow straits of Egypt and lose our ego identities in the wilderness. Lee Legault, aspirant for UU ministry, will be our guest in the pulpit today.