The Kinship Worldview and the Practice of Peacemaking

The Kinship Worldview and the Practice of Peacemaking

What might we learn from contemporary Indigenous leaders and the Indigenous worldviews about human survival and the well-being of future generations? What wisdom and precepts from this “kinship worldview” can nourish us and help guide us toward being peacemakers and being at peace. Children are invited to join their families for the first part of the service.

Rev. Dr. Larry Peers began as the minister of First Unitarian Church of Wilmington in August 2021. In addition to ministry, he has worked with organizations and their leaders across many faith traditions in the areas of change and conflict transformation as a former senior consultant with the Alban Institute and a director of the Pastoral Excellence Network. Rev. Peers has taught courses in adaptive leadership and conflict transformation at seminaries and was a guest lecturer last spring in an Inter-religious Program in International Peace-building at Hartford Seminary.

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Event Details

  • Date: 10/09/2022
  • Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Location: First Unitarian Church of Wilmington
  • Address/URL: 730 Halstead Rd., Wilmington, DE, 19803

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Categories: Inclusion, Non-violence, Well-being, Worship service

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