Speaker: Kiya Heartwood
Kiya Heartwood is an award winning, internationally touring, UU roots/folk singer songwriter and change artist. The UK’s Broadway Baby describes Kiya Heartwood as "an award-winning American singer-songwriter who writes smart, funny and poignant songs about the famous and not-so-famous legends of America." Heartwood "serves up a lively batch of original songs that follow on to two of the oldest traditions of folk music: storytelling and political broadside."
Kiya is also the "preacher’s wife" at First UU Church of Austin.
Musician and seminarian Kiya Heartwood returns to Live Oak to tell of Rev. Mariana — the fifth woman ordained as a Universalist minister and a major force for women’s suffrage in Texas.
Seminarian Kiya Heartwood shares tales of Universalism in Texas 1885-1904.
Let’s take a trip through our UU Hymnal! Musician Kiya Heartwood leads us in an overview of the major players in liberal theology from a musical point of view with explanations of the codes and symbols loaded in our hymnal.