The Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson (UCMH) is pleased to host “Introducing the Rainbow Path Towards Conflict Resolution” on Sunday, March 4 at 10:30 am.
At this multi-generational service, practical tools and upbeat metaphors will inspire people of all ages to find healing and growth during times of conflict. The service will be led by Roberta Altamari, Director of Lifelong Learning at UCMH.
“Conflict can be a good part of our lives guiding us to deeper understandings of ourselves and our loved ones,” said Ms. Altamari, who specializes in youth ministry. Her insightful messages include “Value Love. Begin and end with love.”
The service also includes First Sunday Food Sharing, where people are encouraged to bring food items to help those in need. More than eight percent of households in Massachusetts experience “food insecurity,” a measurement that captures the degree to which an individual or family cannot obtain adequate nutritious food for a healthy life.