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In a world where the realities of climate change are becoming increasingly and viscerally evident, it is easy to fall into despair. In a world changed by the Covid-19 Pandemic, it is easy to become overwhelmed with fear and anxiety. Drawing from the work of Joanna Macy and Wendell Berry this service helps us cultivate the spiritual resiliency to respond to these large, global crises. When we ground ourselves in gratitude we find the courage to honor our pain at all that is being lost, and from there we can see with new eyes how to care for the earth and one another.
Rev. Rebecca Froom is the Minister at United First Parish Church in Quincy, MA and she will be preaching for us from Massachusetts. She grew up in Philadelphia and USG is her “home church.” She has worked as a minister or religious educator at churches in Massachusetts, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. A graduate of Harvard Divinity School and Vassar College, Rev. Rebecca’s education began with 13 years in the Philadelphia Public Schools. Rebecca currently lives in Boston with her husband Alec, their son Micah, and four amazing housemates who share a commitment to social justice and building beloved community.
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