The realities of COVID, war affecting all world nations, and recent realities around human rights, stir us all to consider what spiritual expression sustains us through the realities of life. This sermon will focus on re-visiting our personal theology during this time.
Rev. Al Boyce began ministry in 1973 as a fundamentalist minister. Following successful church work, Al came out as gay and left that faith. Following his master’s work at Harvard Divinity School, he was accepted into the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association and served UU churches in New England, NJ, and Florida. Al also holds a masters degree in psychology/counseling and a PhD in psychology. Today, Al serves as lead chaplain for Volunteers of America Northern New England as well as doing per diem hospice chaplain work. As a Christian UU he enjoys guest speaking at UU, Congregational and Episcopal churches. He is a father, grandfather and married to husband, Andrew. Al and Andrew live together with their standard poodles, Luc and Louie in Dexter, Maine.
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