Revd. Lewis Connolly is the Unitarian minister at the Ipswich Unitarian Meeting House in Suffolk, England, with a passion for new ideas, new perspectives, and new ways of being in the world. He seeks to enrich the journey of spiritual discovery, uncovering the tools to enable us to navigate the turbulent seas of life. This website is designed to give you a sense of his ministry.
Critiquing traditional ideas concerning faith, Lewis takes a Christian (a)theist approach - informed by the triad of disciplines: theology, philosophy, and depth psychology - towards a rational, culturally relevant, and enjoyable liberal faith.
Lewis gained his higher education from the London School of Theology where he earned a degree in 'Theology' (BA Hons), before going on to do his post-graduate studies at Westcott House, Cambridge, in 'Pastoral Theology' (PGDip), and he's currently studying (part-time) 'Jung and Post-Jungian Studies' (MA), at the University of Essex. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland, grew up in Houston, Tx, and now lives in Ipswich, Suffolk.
Sunday's address was in memory of Thomas J.J. Altizer (1927-2018) who died last week. His 'Death of God' or Christi… https://t.co/RxasKScFc6
“If Protestant theology has reached the point where it is closed to the challenge of atheism, then it has ceased to… https://t.co/UBe9pvXMJ9
RT @MyTherapyQuotes: "In order to disprove the assertion that all crows are black, one white crow is sufficient." - William James
Sunday's address on the Trickster/Fool Archetype. "The one who disobeys or destroys normal rules - ruptures the sta… https://t.co/ArnCIHhPu9
Here, we do not seek for perfection, but for good-enough. Accepting our mutual weaknesses and frailties, as we jour… https://t.co/T3SOUmkAqB