with Rev. Lynda Sutherland
First Parish Northboro Unitarian Universalist
How do we know the rhythm and dance of our lives is faithful? Drummer of the Grateful Dead, Mickey Hart, wrote: “To fall in love is to fall in rhythm.” It is love for each other by which we know we Side with Love. How can we listen to the music that draws us together, “falling in rhythm” with neighbor, in order to build up the whole?
Rev. Lynda Sutherland graduated from Meadville Lombard Theological School with her Master of Divinity degree in May 2015, at age 62. She completed two years as part-time intern minister at Cedar Valley UU in Iowa, and worked as a part-time assistant minister at Decorah Iowa Congregational United Church of Christ (UCC).
Drawing upon her experience with raising her eight children, and working in business, Rev. Lynda brings a wealth of gifts and talents to lead and support the mission of First Parish. Her many talents include developing a course in UU principle-grounded child discipline and is also co-authoring a book with UU feminist theologian Sharon Welch to name a few.
Rev. Lynda is excited and enthusiastic to share and serve in the life of First Parish and the local communities of Northboro!
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