Oral history interview with Kitty Degler conducted by Aspen Grender in Lawrence, Kansas, on November 19, 2016. This interview features Kitty Degler, a resident of Olathe and co-founder of Gaia Community Unitarian Universalist Congregation. Degler discusses her early religious background in Protestant traditions, her training in the Reclaiming tradition through Diana’s Grove, the founding and organization of the community as a Unitarian Universalist, and its activity in Kansas and Missouri. She also speaks about her time leading the Voices of Gaia community choir, her activity on Gaia’s ritual team, her years serving as president of the board of directors, and the community’s efforts to involved in interfaith dialogue in the area.
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