Speaker: Rev. Lyn Marshall

Rev. Marshall is our minister of Lifespan Faith Development. Read more.

Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast

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Our January worship theme is Imagination. When Alice, during her adventures in Wonderland, tells the Queen that one can’t believe impossible things, the Queen replies, “I daresay you haven’t much practice….Why, sometimes I’ve believed as many as six impossible things before breakfast.” How … read more.

The Healing Around Us

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When you need healing, to whom or to what do you turn? Sometimes the answer feels obvious; sometimes it feels terribly elusive. What helps us connect with the healers around us? What gets in the way of finding the healing we seek?

When Earth Speaks

In her beautiful book “Braiding Sweetgrass,” Robin Wall Kimmerer uses her scientific training as a botanist in combination with her perspective as a member of the Potawatomi nation to explore what plants can teach us about living in harmony with the earth. As the climate … read more.

Got Regrets? Repent!

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This Sunday evening, Jews around the world will begin the observance of Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Through rituals of individual and collective forgiveness and repentance, the community is purified and renewed. How might we as Unitarian Universalists benefit from practicing repentance, … read more.

What Now? What Next?

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As the United States marks over 150,000 deaths from COVID-19, the president retweets a press conference by Dr. Stella Immanuel, who is promoting hydroxychloroquine as a cure for the virus – and who has also claimed that alien DNA is used in medical … read more.

Blessed by the Animals

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Rev. Lyn Marshall will lead this annual service exploring how animals make a difference in our spiritual lives, our sense of wellbeing, and our sense of place in the interconnected web of existence. Hear from a teen whose service dog helps her monitor … read more.

Still Life

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Reverend Lyn Marshall will reflect on the ever-shifting balance between being and doing. As our nation slows down in an unprecedented way, what does it mean for our minds, our bodies, and our spirits?