The Persistent Pursuit of Our Beloved Community
with Guest Speaker, Brian Snow
Throughout American recent history, we have received a message that we need to pull ourselves up by our bootstraps and face our problems on our own. Many of our heroes from books and movies exemplify this value. As a result, when we face trying times we may find it difficult to ask for help. However, these days we need each other more than ever. This Sunday, guest preacher Brian Snow will explore the theme of persistence by looking at how persistence towards interdependence and interconnectedness will enable us to not only make it through the hard times, but also thrive as individuals and community.
About Brian Snow ~
We are delighted to welcome Brian Snow back to the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Brian is currently a Candidate for Ministerial Fellowship with the UUA. He is an interfaith chaplain for a D’Youville Life and Wellness Community, a nursing care organization that provides everything from senior independent living to total memory care. D’Youville also provides assisted living, as well as post-acute care and rehabilitation. Before living in Massachusetts, he lived in Lancaster PA where he graduated from the Lancaster Theological Seminary. He is also a musician and father of two brilliant and conscientious teenagers ages 17 and 15.
Please join us after the service for coffee, tea, refreshments, and fellowship in our Worship Cafe!
Everyone is welcome to participate ~ kid-friendly activities for all ages also are available in lieu of the service.