Are you finding that you’re lost? Disconnected, tempest-tossed? If you’re thirsty or you’re kvetchy, treading water in Hetch-Hetchy, laying eggs or making waffles, eating hats, feet or falafels – come to church (sort of) for a summery service. You can’t always get what you want, but you might get some ideas. Helen Foss will be
Constellation, Helen Wolfson and Eric Thomas, share a service of inspiration and music with readings and music for guitar, hammered dulcimer and voice. Scott Ward will facilitate this service.
The radical act of expressing love and affirmation could transform our world, and ourselves. But too often we are reluctant to speak up and let others know how deeply they touch our lives. Doyle Dobbins will serve as Worship Associate. The Rev. Libby Smith grew up in the UU Congregation of York, PA. She worked
To come home is to return to some place that has been formative. To return home can itself be transformational. As Rev. Pamela Wat transitions into her new role as our Senior Minister, she reflects on her return to Wilmington and the adventure of coming home.