Who Are You?

by Rev. Kathleen Rolenz

When we greet one another, we often ask “how are you?” but what we really want to know is “WHO” are you. How do you identify yourself? We’re told, on the one hand, that identity is a fact that we’re born with, on the other hand, we know that identiy is endlessly open to revision, adapation, and tranformation. At the deepest level of interaction, we want to know another and be truly known. This service will seek to answer the question: “Tell Me a Story about a Time When You Knew Exactly Who You Were.”

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