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The Adirondack Black Experience: A Matter of Faith: North Country Faith Leaders & Black Lives Matter
Join faith leaders from two North Country congregations and hear about the work their churches are doing in support of Black Lives Matter. Dr. Terry Lindsay leads a conversation with Reverend Katrina Hebb and Reverend James T. Galasinski about why they and their congregations have felt compelled to take a position on the BLM movement, what they’ve been doing, what the response to their efforts has been , and future actions.

Nov 10, 2020 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Rev. Katrina Hebb
Katrina Hebb is minister at the Potsdam Presbyterian Church, an open and affirming congregation to the LGBTQ community and supporter of Potsdam’s local BLM group. Rev. Hebb graduated from Colgate Rochester Crozer Divinity School in 2017, and is mother to two teenagers.
Reverend James T. Galasinski
The Reverend James T. Galasinski began his ministry with the Unitarian Universalist Church of Canton, NY, in August 2016. The Rev. Galasinski grew up in Milwaukee, WI, where he was raised in the Lutheran faith and felt a calling to ministry at a young age. After studying theology and philosophy while pursuing his undergraduate degree in jazz studies, he left that tradition looking for a more expansive and inclusive religious community. While working in the financial industry, he found a spiritual home at the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee where his call to ministry was reawakened and nourished. Before serving this congregation, he served the First Unitarian Church of Albuquerque as ministerial resident. James received a master of divinity degree from Meadville Lombard, a Unitarian Universalist theological school in Chicago. He enjoys listening to jazz and hiking to area waterfalls with his wife, Ulrike, and their two sons, Miles and Oskar.