Sunday, March 20, 2016
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Jill Ulrici, Associate Pastor at Covenant Presbyterian Church, Atlanta, speaks with us about the significance of Palm Sunday from the perspective of her personal spiritual journey.
Jill was ordained as a Presbyterian (USA) minister in 1983 and has served congregations in the Atlanta area as well as New York City, Brooklyn, NY and Cleveland, Ohio. Jill is also a Physical Therapist which has led to her particular interest and study in the relationship between the body, mind and spirit. Jill is very involved in the interfaith community in Atlanta. She served for two years as the president of the Faith Alliance of Metro Atlanta Board, which consists of Christians, Muslims, Jews, Hindus, and Sikhs in the Atlanta area committed to fostering understanding between the different faith groups and working together on common concerns.
Jill grew up in Atlanta. She attended the University of Georgia but graduated from the Medical College of Georgia with a BS in Physical Therapy. She received her MDiv from Yale Divinity School and her DMin from Columbia Theological Seminary. She is married to Deryck Durston, a Lutheran pastor.