The voices of homeless people are lifted up in fact, story and song, all asking, “Do you see the worth in me?” Drawing upon volunteer experience at the Shalom Community Center, a day shelter serving people experiencing homelessness, seminarian Shari Woodbury offers a Unitarian Universalist perspective on homelessness as a social and religious concern.
Delivered at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Bloomington, Indiana on July 6, 2014. (Adapted from a sermon first delivered at the UU Congregation of Columbus, Indiana in August 2013, when the experience of volunteering at Shalom was fresh.)
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