The Empty Tomb

A celebration of resurrection considering how it is a process, not an event. It is something that is prepared for and planned, reflected upon and eventually embodied. Resurrection happens over time, and is influenced by many factors. On this Easter Holiday and Transgender Day of Visibility we will reflect on this process and what it means to leave the tomb empty.


Bio—Rev. Paul Langston-Daley celebrated 25 years of ministry in October of 2022. In his time in ministry he served congregations in 6 states in settled, as interim and contract minister. He is currently serving as the Minister of Social Action at First Parish in Concord MA. He is a graduate of Andover Newton Theological School and the International Institute for Restorative Practices. He consults with congregations and communities on the integration and implementation of restorative practices and facilitates restorative circles for congregations in conflict. He has served our Association in numerous leadership roles in the UUA and UUMA. Paul was appointed to the Ministerial Fellowship Committee in 2021. He lives in New Bedford Massachusetts with his two cats, Odin and Loki.