Toward a Theology of Santa is part of the a Sermon in My Pocket series by Matrika Press. (Available December 17th, 2017)
Rev. Dorothy May Emerson’s sermon addresses the holiday season from practical and spiritual perspectives. She offers unique historical insights into this holiday icon known as Santa Claus and presents some alternative narratives that can be incorporated as we strive to align our celebrations with our religious principles.
Rev. Dorothy May Emerson is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister who leads seminars for Rainbow Solutions, a socially responsible investing firm in Medford, Massachusetts. She is the author and editor of many books including, Crone Curriculum: Becoming Women of Wisdom; Glorious Women: Award-Winning Sermons about Women; A Matter of Preference: A Book About the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator; and several volumes of UU history, including Standing Before Us: Unitarian Universalist Women and Social Reform, 1776-1936 (Skinner House, 1999).
Matrika Press is pleased to be publishing her soon to be released memoir entitled:
SEA CHANGE 1960s: The Unfinished Agenda, an intimate exploration of a young life lived on the edge of radical hope, change, and possibility in the 1960s in California.