April 28th Service on “Wholeness” led by Rev. Lara Fuchs

April Soul Matters Theme: What does it mean to be a people of Wholeness?The Whole Story “Wholeness doesn’t mean perfection: it means embracing brokenness as an integral part of life”  (Parker Palmer). We are continually in a process of change and renewal, hurting and healing, and may not recognize our true, whole selves.

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Rev. Lara Fuchs is a Unitarian Universalist minister living near Basel, Switzerland. A life-long UU from Canada, Lara recently served for 5 years as Secretary for the Executive Committee of ICUU (International Council of Unitarians and Universalists), and was a founding member of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Basel in 2010.  In 2017, Lara completed her
ministry training with a Masters of Divinity, Ordination, and Fellowship with the Unitarian Universalist Association. Lara’s ministry is consulting with and serving existing and emerging liberal religious communities across Europe and the UK to provide support, training and leadership development. She lives with her husband Michael and Italian Water dog, Vita, enjoying nature, travel and writing. 

Special music guest Manitra will accompany some hymns with his baritone, a brass instrument.  “Baritone  should  really support the singing (wide, deep, strong, and spiritual)”, as John, our musical director has stated. I hope this encourages you to “really sing out so as to be in sync with the baritone”.  

We will have food and fellowship after the service. Please bring a plate to share.

Workshop afterwards.

Visitors are welcome!