Speaker: Rev. Jim Curley
Jim Curley is a Tree of Life Interfaith Minister and long-time Unitarian Universalist who retired from industry last summer. Jim moved with his wife from Chelmsford, MA to Weare, NH to be close to their daughter & family, and is slowly working through the requirements to be a credentialed chaplain.
Jim will share a Catholic theological view of the Hunchback of Notre Dame story and then contrast that with a liberal view of pastoral needs.
Relationships are at the core of many of our lives. As we approach Valentine’s Day and reflect on our monthly theme of “The Path of Love,” we will hear from UUs in long-term committed relationships about what they have learned about successfully navigating their own … read more.
Jim will tell us about how he dd NOT “find himself“ during one of his seminary retreats – he’ll share what he DID find.
When we encounter the creativity of the world, we open our minds and souls to the many possibilities of a divine embrace. There is frequently one specific touch from the divine that stays with us, that imprints on us, that CALLS to us. We will … read more.