Hello, dear readers! It’s been nearly four years since my last post. Much has changed.
First of all, I’m no longer a seminarian (although I am still a humanist): I graduated with my Master of Divinity degree in 2019, and in May 2020 I was ordained into the Unitarian Universalist ministry by my home congregation, the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego. As of this writing, I am finishing up a one-year half-time contract position as the minister at Summit Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Santee, California (east of San Diego).
And, of course, for more than a year there has been a worldwide pandemic.
I have not had time to continue regular posting on this site, and in any case I should think of another name for it, now that I have graduated seminary. That will have to wait until I have some more time.
During the past four years, the posts on this blog that have gotten the most hits are the ones about the “I believe in the sun” quotation. I’m about to post an unexpected fifth entry to that four-part series, but I wanted to leave a note here beforehand to let you know why I have been so quiet and what I’ve been up to.
I hope that there will be more to say here soon!