Feb. 1 “Soul is a Verb” Augustana professor, Jill Storm will expand on the theme for the month, “Soul Work: What are you doing for your soul?” How is soul a verb? Does it take our action to have a soul? Doesn’t everyone have a soul?
Feb. 8 Peter “A Soul of Your Own.” If Soul is a potential part of who you are where do you start, the inside or the outside? Are you internally open to things to fill you up? Rev. Dr. Peter Holland will help us explore “A Soul of our Own.”
Feb. 15 – Emotion in motion. Justice, it is said, is what love looks like in public. On this day after Valentine’s Day, we will consider what it means to love and how we carry our love into the world. with Minister David Kraemer
Feb. 22 – In the Care of Souls. Is the soul, as Emerson writes in “The Over-Soul,” immortal and connected to all other souls? Or is it more transient and fragile? How do you take care of your own soul? How do we take care of each other? How is it that we all share in ministry? with Minister David Kraemer
We are pleased to announce David Kraemer of Rochester, Minn., is serving as interim minister at All Souls Unitarian Universalist Church in Sioux Falls.
Kraemer graduated from United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities with a Master of Divinity in 2013 and has worked at churches in Fargo-Moorhead, Rockford, Ill, and Rochester, Minn.
Before attending seminary, Kraemer was a journalist for 24 years at newspapers in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. Most recently he was editor of the Ames Tribune in Ames, Iowa.
“The All Souls congregation has a strong vision of where it wants to go,” he says, “and I’m really excited to be part of that.”
“It’s great to help keep alive the spirit of liberal religion in South Dakota and encourage it to grow,” he says.
Kraemer hopes to be ordained as a Unitarian Universalist minister later this year. He will serve at All Souls twice monthly.
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