Sunday Service ~
“Imagining Today for Tomorrow”
with Rev. Stephen Shick, Minister Emeritus, UCMH
If we are asked to image what our life our children’s lives might be, most of us begin thinking about the future – tomorrow, or the day after tomorrow, or years from now. But what difference would it make for tomorrow if we focused our imagination on today? Visionaries like Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. that envisioning tomorrow was important only to the extent that we changed how we live today. This Sunday we will explore what it might be like to imagine today. Or, as Gandhi suggested: “Be the change you seek.”
About Rev. Stephen Shick ~
The Rev. Stephen Shick is Minister Emeritus of the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson. Professionally he has been a local peace activist, national radio broadcaster, parish minister, and founding director of national Unitarian Universalist programs to end the nuclear arms race, childhood poverty, and protect human rights. He is author of two Skinner books: Be the Change: Poems, Prayers and Meditations for Peacemakers and Justice Seekers and Consider the Lilies. Stephen currently is active on climate change issues at First Parish in Lexington and on the statewide leadership team for UU Mass Action. He continues to teach the spiritual art of speaking without a script to clergy and social justice activists.
All are welcome to participate!
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