“The Unitarian Universalist Tree of Life”

May 15, 10:00 AM * In-Person and Via Zoom 

Welcoming back Guest Speaker: Rev. Rayna Hamre

Rev. Rayna Hamre

The Tree of Life has a rich and ancient history in many cultures. Let’s explore our UU Tree! Join us for a fresh look at how trees and the natural world can speak to us as a symbol of love and hope across the generations. 

Rev. Rayna Hamre is very happy to be returning to UUCSC. She has served as a UU lay leader and as a Director of Religious Education prior to her ordination in 2018. While new to ministry, she is a long-time Unitarian Universalist. Rev. Rayna holds a Master of Divinity degree and an MA in History. Her social justice activities include serving as a County appointed Commissioner on the Board of Community Action Partnership Orange County and serving as a member of Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice OC. She also leads meditation and dream exploration classes, and provides ritual training for students exploring a mystical path. She believes that Unitarian Universalism is at a turning point, and caring for each other and the world is a priority during these challenging times.