My name is Autumn Dennis and I am a native of Nashville, Tennessee. I have a degree in Religion from Martin Methodist College and am a current student at Vanderbilt Divinity School. I am a thankful member of Amos House Community, a Catholic Worker house church through which I was ordained as a minister and deacon on October 18, 2015. I live in the Nashville Greenlands Community, which is also affiliated with the Catholic Worker Movement. I am engaged in ministry with the children of God who live lives on streets and in prisons. In my spare time, I skate as Sinister Minister for the Nashville Rollergirls. I hope this blog will address the complexities of the intersection of theology, politics, sociology, pastoral care, creative practice, embodiment, and intentionally living, moving, and being in the world.