Interdependent Relationships and the Beloved Community (Hybrid Service: Both in-person and via Zoom)

This service will explore how we build interdependent relationships in a beloved community while still maintaining our individualistic ways of being.

This service will be presented both on-line via Zoom (send email to for a link) and in-person (go to for protocols.)


Rev Ali K.C. Bell is a Black Transmasculine Unitarian Universalist Minister. Rev. Ali graduated from Meadville Lombard Theological School in May 2020 with a Master in Divinity. Currently, Rev. Ali is a Chaplain Resident at Grady Health in Atlanta, Ga. Rev. Ali serves as a Chaplain for Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism, and as a leader on the Unitarian Universalist Ministers Association's Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Chapter. Rev. Ali lives in Atlanta, Ga. with their family and dog Cuddles.