February dampness can chill our bones but all the great traditions suggest ways to move through discomfort. Focusing on Buddhist principles we will examine how we might come face to face with distress, embracing both light and shadow as we seek to create a more just world.
We are pleased to welcome The Rev. Dr. Adele Smith-Penniman back to our pulpit this morning. She is a retired UU minister who lives in the woods of Wendell. A mother, grandmother, social activist, and dabbler in cello and art, her doctoral thesis is entitled Buddhist Resources in Pastoral Care.