It’s a Process

They (whoever ‘they’ are) say that the only constant is change. In this service, we’ll explore what that means from a theological and spiritual perspective, and how this way of understanding calls us to our work in the world.

Rev. Kimberley Debus is a community minister based in upstate New York, inspiring an artful and art-filled faith. She consults with congregations and religious professionals throughout the denomination. She has previously served at the Church of the Larger Fellowship as well as congregations on Long Island and Key West.

This I Believe, This I Wonder

At This I Believe/This I Wonder services, fellowship members offer thoughts about what they believe and what they wonder about over the course of their spiritual journey.

Abigale: The thread of Abigale’s life has been anchored in spiritual growth and support. Abigale Soudi Breez transplanted to Vermont from the AZ desert in October 2019. She is a mother of 2 grown children; she is a wholistic coach, yoga teacher, qigong practice leader and a healer guiding peeps to their inner wisdom!

Hailey: Hailey will discuss her connection to music and how music has impacted her relationship with her mental health. Additionally, she will expand upon these ideas in relation to how music shapes our relationships and experiences as we venture through everyday life. Hailey Ward is originally from Jericho Vermont. After leaving New England to pursue an education in songwriting, she currently lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota and is finishing up the last half of her Masters in Music Therapy from Augsburg University! When not working as a nanny or doing homework, she enjoys going for walks with her dog Murphy, trying new food, and stretching!

How the Cosmic Stories of Cassandra and Pandora Offer us Perspective on Living Through This Challenging Time of a Pandemic

The biblical story about Solomon’s dream offers us an interesting question. In the dream God tells Solomon to ask of Her whatever gift he most wants. What would be your answer? In our sharing we will consider the possible responses of Fannie Lou Hamer, Abraham Heschel, etc.

Roddy O’Neil Cleary is a retired Emerita UU minister who is a religious hybrid, a catholic unitarian.  She was a member of a religious community of sisters for almost 15 years, a campus minister at UVM for 15 years, and served at 1st UU in Burlington for 11 years. She is working at present in Hospice and prison ministry.