Unitarian Universalist Church of Tucson

Sermons Podcasts

The Interdependent Community: Pathways Out of Poverty

July 8, 2012

Jenna Van Laninghan with Walker Smith reading

Why the community needs an agency like Primavera Foundation and what we do. We'll tell the stories of a few of our participants. And on the heels of Independence Day, we will also explore the concept of interdependence; both Primavera's interdependence with the Tucson community and where we find support and strength within our own circles of friends and family.  UU readings complementing the presentation from Rev. Dr. A Powell Davies and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Jenna Van Laningham supervises the variety of faith-based young adult volunteers that Primavera hosts – Mennonite Volunteers, Jesuit Volunteers, Presbyterian Young Adult Volunteers, VISTAs, and United Methodist Young Adult Missionaries.  She has a MA in Theology and Christian Ethics from Claremont School of Theology in California.

© Jenna Van Langingham

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