The story of Good Friday and Easter can hold deep meanings for Unitarian Universalists. In a very UU way, it asks us deep spiritual questions to which we have to find our own answers. Kate Rohde was brought up Unitarian Universalist in Corvallis, Oregon. She was a parish minister for 34 years, half of which she spent as minister of the Unitarian Congregation of West Chester (PA), where she is minister emerita. She and her husband retired back to her beloved Oregon two years ago. They live in Milwaukie where she is politically active and tutors refugees in English.