It’s a blessing we were born and it matters what we do. What we know about god is a piece of the truth. Let the beauty we love be what we do, and we don’t have to do it alone.
The above lyrics are from the theme of Chalice Camp, a UU Summer Day Camp curriculum, and will serve as the take-off point for sharing a perspective on process theology and magic moments in the everyday.
De Anna Hoyle is a UUA credentialed religious educator whose path began in 2007 serving the Pagosa UU Fellowship. She went on to serve both mid-size and large congregations with a focus on interim leadership and working with congregations in transition. De Anna currently serves as secretary of GIRE, the Guild of Interim Religious Education and is a GIRE Consultant. She also attends Cherry Hill Seminary where she is in formation for Spiritual Direction certification. She loves to sing, dance and soak in the hot springs as much as possible and will be a grandmother for the first time in July!