“A Theology of Labor,” The Rev. James Galasinski

We’ll reflect on the meaning of work and the difficulties of living in a world with strict divisions of labor. With the globalization of labor, working poor, and income inequality it is time to rethink and find a new grounding for how we UUs think of work.

Originally from Milwaukee, James has a Master of Divinity from Meadville Lombard Theological School in Chicago. He served UCN as a part-time ministerial intern from 2012-2014. He then served First Unitarian in Albuquerque for two years as a Ministerial Resident and Youth Program Coordinator. James currently is the settled minister in Canton, NY, where he lives with his wife Ulrike and son Miles.