Welcome to Grounded Living and Transformational Development
Tuckerman Creative Ministries for Justice & Healing (TCMJH) is a Unitarian Universalist community ministry in the Greater Boston area. TCMJH is devoted to the work of transforming and healing individuals, organizations, and communities from the impact of trauma, violence, and structural oppression, inclusive of climate justice. TCMJH is broader than and subsumes two different Unitarian Universalist private practice spiritual coaching ministries, Sacred Play Explorations (with the Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh) and Blue Hills Spiritual Direction (with the Rev. Clyde Grubbs).
As the umbrella organization, TMCJH specializes in:
* Spiritual Coaching/Guidance Ministries for Individuals and Small Groups
* Personal Mentoring and Supervision
* Consultation for Anti-Racism, Anti-Oppression, Decolonizing Development
* Spirituality and Social Justice Consultations, Workshops, Retreats
* Worship Services, Sermons, Life Rituals
TCMJH's Clients include:
* Spiritual Seekers of All Backgrounds
* Social Service Providers
* Clergy and Lay Activists
* Students and Seminarians
* Educational Communities, Organizations, and Congregations
Who Are Clyde and Michelle?
TCMJH utilizes spiritualities grounded in relational wisdom and expressive arts to facilitate healing. Rev. Clyde Grubbs honors his Cherokee heritage and commitment to a just multiculturalism in his ministry, including his mentorship of seminarians and activist people of color. Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh is trained in Internal Family Systems practice as well as sandplay and is a committed Zen Buddhist practitioner in Thich Nhat Hanh's tradition. She is particularly committed to social service providers, clergy and lay healers seeking to sustain and ground themselves and develop vision and capacity for these troubling times.
Our community ministry witnesses and advocates for transformative justice, especially as it relates to overcoming systemic oppression. A portion of our ministry is dedicated to pro bono work and/or donations to community-based and led justice organizations.
Who Was Joseph Tuckerman?
Through our name, we honor Joseph Tuckerman (c. 1826), who was the first Unitarian community minister to work with impoverished immigrant communities and help his fellow religious liberals understand their role in the perpetuation of privilege.
Use the contact form listed on an above tab to specifically request an in-person consultation meeting or phone coaching appointment with either Rev. Dr. Michelle Walsh for Sacred Play Explorations or Rev. Clyde Grubbs for Blue Hills Spiritual Direction.
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