Between a Rock and a Holy Place

One of the hardest and most essential tasks of any community is weathering change. But it is not just a challenge; there is a sacredness to this time as well. We will explore through scripture and our UU principles what change can teach us and how we can learn from times of transition.

Rev. Sarah Gillespie is an ordained Unitarian Universalist minister and board-certified healthcare chaplain. She works at Androscoggin Home Healthcare and Hospice and tends to the emotional and spiritual needs of hospice patients and families from a wide spectrum of faiths, including the non-religious. Sarah resides in Lewiston with her spouse, Adam, and their pre-schooler, Luke. In her spare time she enjoys baking, singing and watching baseball.

We still have a limit of 60 in the Sanctuary.  Pre-registration is helpful but at this point not required to attend in person.

Use this link to register for the 9 AM service.

Use this link to register for the 11 AM service.

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