“Honoring our Stewardship of Nature,” by Avery Burrows

Service Video

As fellow inhabitants of this planet, the earth is our common home. We are temporary residents of this amazing world and partake of its gifts and resources during our stay. What kind of guests should we be? What conditions will we leave behind for future residents?

Avery Burrows was born in Long Beach in 1951 and grew up in Seal Beach & Long Beach. He has traveled considerably, is a student of earth-based traditions, and is deeply involved in social justice issues. He has been a long-time member of UUCR and volunteers his time as our groundskeeper, working with the homeless, maintaining our community garden & in any capacity where he can assist. He has been a member of our Social Social & Environmental Justice Committee for over 10 years. Over the years he has chaired our Maintenance Committee and Social Events Committee, and served as secretary of the Green Sanctuary Committee. He is honored to serve on the Board of Trustees as a General Member.

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