Rev. Marti Keller

A Quiet Passion: Emily Dickinson, a 19th century None

Emily Dickinson is fascinating for her heretical theology and poetry and her transformation from a dutiful Calvinist daughter to a free thinker and writer.
Rev. Marti Keller is in her 20th year of ministry, currently serving as minister with the UU Women’s Federation.

Sorry, So Sorry

Our title is from an early rock and roll crossover country classic on the theme of apologizing. The Jewish High Holy Days are a time of saying sorry, not necessarily forgiving. What might this look like for us personally and collectively in these times? The … read more.

A Feminist Fandom

The colorfulness and contradictions of Frida Kahlo sparked a fascination that has taken this UU minister all over the world. Why Frida, and where are our Fridas today?

UU minister and social justice advocate Marti Keller resides in Atlanta, GA.


Rev. Keller will rejuvenate us after a long and by all accounts emotionally draining presidential election campaign, We will gather together to determine how we might begin to repair what has been called our United States of Anxiety and work to affirm and promote what … read more.

Talking About the Weather: Living an El Nino Year

In keeping with this month’s mindfulness theme, there’s almost nothing we are more universally mindful of than weather, especially what we call weather events. How might we navigate a real or metaphorical season of gloom or extremes? (Hint: Eeyore might well weigh in).

Speaker: Rev. Marti Keller

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