Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve.” Service is a core value for Unitarians. Hear from four members of USG about how service to our beloved community transforms them personally and spiritually. Gandhi said, “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” Please join us to celebrate the values inherent within serving.
We welcome Dr. Makeda Hampton, soprano soloist, this Sunday. Dr. Hampton has performed across the United States and internationally, including with the Metropolitan Opera. She will be accompanied by Barbara Browne, USG’s Visiting Music Coordinator. Learn more at makedahampton.com.
Christine Sanni is a communications professional who lives in Flourtown with her wife, Karen, and their four 4-legged friends. She has two young adult sons, Marcus and CJ. She loves being a part of the USG community and serves on the stewardship committee and as an usher.
Sha D ron Mafuru has been part of the USG community since 2012. She currently serves on the CS committee, facilitates Our Whole Lives (OWL) for young adults, and is a member of the Board of Trustees.
A ndrea Durham, a USG member for over eleven years, is a federal attorney and coach. She has been practicing law, teaching, training, and coaching for more than 30 years. She is a graduate of Treasury Executive Institute Coach Training Program, Coach U, Temple University School of Law and Temple University School of Social Work.
A Margaret Thompson has been a member of USG since 2018 and lives in Mt. Airy. She is a Worship ssociate, serves on the Welcoming Committee, runs the cameras in the Sanctuary, as well as helping out as needed.