Amber Harris, Worship Leader; Alex Lee-Jobe, Worship Associate.
Drawing from life experience, Amber talks about how having a voice in society can impact not only the quality of life, but the ability to live life. She connects this to how we, as individuals, can learn to empower our own voices as well as those of others. Amber Harris is a leader of our young adult programming. She comes to us from the UU congregation in Ithaca, New York. In her professional life, she empowers the development and success of early stage companies as Director of SARTA’s (Sacramento Regional Technology Alliance) CleanStart Program. Amber earned her MBA with a concentration in policy and planning, and BBS in Signed Language Interpreting from The University of New Mexico. She enjoys watercolor painting, hiking, reading, and having coffee with friends in her free time.
John Ashby, Worship Leader; Suzanne Kimmel, Worship Associate.
For the most part, it is a better vision of ourselves that we hold forward for others to see. Who are we fooling when we do this? Are we being dishonest? Are we being merciful to others? Might there be another explanation?
Milt Hildebrand offers one sermon per year. He is a founding member of our congregation, and brings a dry wit and full experience of 97 years of life. Using illustrations and experiences from his life, Milt will speak about the right and wrong ways to give and receive gratefulness and thanks.