Rev. Kate Landis serves as chaplain at Swedish Hospital in Edmonds, Washington. She has previously served as minister at Shoreline Unitarian Universalist Church, as a youth advisor, and as a GA chaplain. She won the Skinner Sermon Award, presented annually to the preacher of the sermon best expressing Unitarian Universalism’s social principles, for her sermon “Resilience and Religious Freedom.” She lives with her husband, Jay, and their ornery mutt Wally in Seattle, where she is frequently the oldest person in the mosh pit.

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