How are we called to spiritual parenting? In order to raise thoughtful, grounded children, we must first ground ourselves in spiritual practices of reflection and mindfulness of our authentic
gladness. This workshop is designed to be a time out for parents to reconnect with their deepest sense of playful delight, for when we are consciously connected to our divine spark, we can
share it with our children and our communities. We might even begin to transform the world.
Jennie Mulqueen received her M.Div. from Boston University School of Theology in May 2017 and is preparing for ordination as a UU Minister. Jennie has a background in the arts and education with B.M. in Vocal Performance from Northwestern University and a M.Ed. from Lesley University with a special focus on arts integration. Jennie has over 20 years experience teaching music to children and adults. She is on the faculty of South Shore Conservatory and serves on the board of directors of the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association. She enjoys performing “I Have Confidence”, a retrospective on Julie Andrews, in venues across Massachusetts. In 2007 she founded Woman Song, a non-auditioned women’s singing ensemble. She believes community singing is a means of providing spiritual grounding and support to faith communities committed to social justice activism.