The old practice of pilgrimage is enjoying a renaissance. We often think of pilgrimage in expansive and religious terms- traveling to Mecca, or Jerusalem, or a Camino to Santiago, Spain. Yet it can be playful- a pilgrimage to Graceland for Elvis lovers, for instance, or personal, returning to your childhood home. Rev. Tricia has recently returned from a Camino in Portugal and Spain and will share some of her reflections on pilgrimage that arise from that experience- especially as they relate to a congregation sojourning through its interim time, or any of us seeking to keep growing, moving, learning in our world today.
Rev. Tricia Brennan is a UU minister living in Jamaica Plain, MA. She has been an interim minister with many congregations in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and currently offers spiritual guidance to individuals and leads retreats for groups on the Scottish island of Iona. Tricia looks forward to leading worship once again in Harvard.