Speaker: Rev. Joe Rettenmaier

Rev. Joe Rettenmaier received his M.Div. from Meadville-Lombard Theological School in 2019. Since 1988 and leading up to his recent years in ministry, his professional livelihood was centered primarily on media production and marketing communications management within startup organizations here in our Salish Sea. This experience continues to shape his ministries of dismantling American white fragility and systemic racism, and reversing climate change.

The Joy of Collaboration

“The Joy of Collaborating”
Worship Service
with Puget Sound Worship Collaborative

Speakers: Rev. Joe Rettenmaier and Rev. Kristen Kuriga
Sunday, August 29, 2021, 10:30 a.m.

This summer we came together as three congregations in one worshipping community. In our final week of the summer collaborative we … read more.

Expanding the Experiment

“Expanding the Experiment”
Worship Service
with Puget Sound Worship Collaborative

Speaker: Rev. Joe Rettenmaier
Sunday, August 15, 2021, 10:30 a.m.

How does our collective yearning for dismantling myths of supremacy in our world transform our faith into the thriving multicultural beloved communities we seek?

Tahoma UU Sabbatical … read more.

Reviving Our Reverence

“Reviving Our Reverence”
Worship Service
with Puget Sound Worship Collaborative

Speaker: Rev. Joe Rettenmaier
Sunday, July 25, 2021, 10:30 a.m.

How does our reverence for beloved community and the larger world we live in grow and change throughout our lifespan?

Tahoma UU Sabbatical Minister, Rev. Joe Rettenmaier, … read more.

Interdependence Day

“Interdependence Day”
Worship Service
with Puget Sound Worship Collaborative

Speaker: Rev. Joe Rettenmaier
Sunday, July 11, 2021, 10:30 a.m.

As our mask-free summer now opens to more outdoor living, we find prime opportunities to learn and expand our interdependent capacity for love so all living beings … read more.

All the Future Holds

If we consider the future of 21st century faith, we might come to embrace today as a time of “research and development” in our spiritual lives. The question, then, becomes how can the future of our faith be a generative, multicultural paradigm of love, equity, and grace?

Joe Rettenmaier is a minister in the Unitarian Universalist Association. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Meadville-Lombard Theological School. Joe was raised in Kansas and has lived in the Salish Sea since 1988. In 2016, he left a high-tech career to pursue his call to ministry – a call that aims to dismantle systemic racism, develop beloved LGBTQ+ multicultural faith community, and reverse climate change.

An Inauguration of Imagination

Our souls are overwhelmed by the magnitude of injuries our collective experiment in democracy has sustained. The spiritual work before us turns toward healing: the healing inauguration of the most diverse Executive, Legislative, and Judicial leadership teams in our nation’s history, as well as the healing inauguration of a new age of beloved community.

Joe Rettenmaier is a minister in the Unitarian Universalist Association. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Meadville-Lombard Theological School. Joe was raised in Kansas and has lived in the Salish Sea since 1988. In 2016, he left a high-tech career to pursue his call to ministry – a call that aims to dismantle systemic racism, develop beloved LGBTQ+ multicultural faith community, and reverse climate change.

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Password: 253

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New Year, New You

From the outer realms of high-tech to the inner realms of lasting peace, what breakthroughs will this new year bring?

Joe Rettenmaier is a minister in the Unitarian Universalist Association. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Meadville-Lombard Theological School. Joe was raised in Kansas and has lived in the Salish Sea since 1988. In 2016, he left a high-tech career to pursue his call to ministry – a call that aims to dismantle systemic racism, develop beloved LGBTQ+ multicultural faith community, and reverse climate change. 

Expanding the Experiment

This worship service reflects upon how we best understand the pathways to dispel the myths and reveal the truths around our anti-racist, anti-oppression, and multicultural spiritual work.