March 26, 10 am: Keeping Sabbath, Even When There Is So Much to Do
Our religious community offers respite, self-care, and renewal. This is the ancient wisdom of ‘taking Sabbath’. When it seems that there isn’t time to stop because there is so much to be done, it seems that we can’t afford time off. But this religious practice is life-giving for each of us and for our religious community as a whole.
Guest Speaker Christina Branum-Martin is a life-long Unitarian Universalist who grew up in First UU in Houston, a large church of 700 members. UU Youth ministry was a large part of her teen and adult years and was what first called her to ministry. She is studying at Candler School of Theology at Emory for her degree in preparation for UU ministry. She lives in Decatur, Georgia with her husband and their two daughters.
Worship Leader – Christina Branum-Martin
Worship Associates – David Morgen and Adelaide Kahn
Music – Dr. Grace Fowler