Speaker: Rev. Gy Ludvig-McCartney
Rev. Gy Ludvig-McCartney was born in Transylvania, Romania, the birthplace of Unitarianism. However, it wasn’t until much later that they discovered Unitarian Universalism. Currently, Rev. Gy is ordained in the United Church of Christ and in Unity and is also exploring an alternative path to Unitarian Universalism ordination. They have a Master of Divinity from “Egyetemi Fokú Egységes Protestáns Teológiai Intézet” in Transylvania/Romania, and a Master of Arts in Counseling from Ashland Theological Seminary, Ashland, Ohio. Rev Gy resides in Portage with their wife, Patti, five dogs, and two cats. Patti and Rev. Gy are long-term residents of the area and enjoy traveling together, camping, gardening, and renovating homes.
As summer comes to an end we will celebrate our annual Water Communion as a ritual of welcome and homecoming as we begin the new church year. This service invites you to come home to a place where your spirit may be fed and your … read more.
People find a sense of belonging in many places… in families, in ethnic/national groups, in faith traditions. For many of these groups, the power of belonging seems to reside in sameness. Join Rev. Gy as they reflect the unique way Unitarian Universalists find belonging in diversity … read more.
Humanity presents itself in so many diverse ways. It is easy to judge and exclude. But this is not the way to a healed and whole community and planet. In this talk, Rev. Gy will help us to exercise not only our acceptance but our … read more.
Just as an acorn needs rich soil to grow into a mighty oak, people need a supportive community to realize their full potential. Rev. Gy will help us consider what ingredients are necessary for a community to help people weather change and grow.
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Each of us has worth and dignity, and that worth includes our gender and our sexuality. As Unitarian Universalists we not only open our doors to people of all sexual orientations and gender identities, we celebrate diversity of sexuality and gender and see it … read more.
Is “political correctness” simply being sensitive to another’s experiences and treating people with the dignity they deserve or is it a soul-crushing cultural force that inhibits free speech and polices free thought?
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The first Flower Communion, led by Unitarian minister Rev. Norbert Čapek, was held in Prague one hundred years ago this June. We will join UUs from all over the world in celebrating the centennial anniversary of this beloved tradition and its powerful history. Be … read more.