|Sunday, April 18
This week we will be joining our Launchpad partner, Oak Ridge UU Congregation at 10 am, since Rev. Misha is home recovering from her car accident.
Rev. Jake Morrill will be speaking on “To See Strength in Diversity”.
Interdependence is a core value of our tradition; how can we do more than tolerate diversity, but instead come to thrive in it?
You are invited to join the ORUUC Worship Service this Sunday, April 18, 2021, at 10:00 AM EDT. Pre-Service Music starts at 9:40.
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We will have the choice to join ORUUC after the service for their coffee hour or log into our own, at https://nwuuc.org/zoom/ at 11 am.
Message from Rev. Misha
As you have already learned by email, this past Sunday afternoon, I was involved in a car accident.
I want you to know that I am healing right on schedule and have every expectation of being back to full health and wellness very soon.
But for now, I am so appreciative of the GRACE of time to rest and heal properly. Not everyone is so privileged!
I suffered a brain bleed, several bone fractures (in my hand and ribs) and have several stitches above my right eye. Bruising is of course changing and becoming more colorful every day.
It is Wednesday evening as I write this, and still very early in the healing process. It’s hard to know what is going on with the brain bleed until I see my doctor for another scan. For now, the headaches are intense. I can only tolerate a very short amount of screen time each day. And, as we all know, most of life right now happens through screens! It’s a very real struggle to give my body the time away that it needs for the most efficient healing.
But I am up between rests, taking care of Moxie (my cat), and today I even took the short walk to and from the post office. I anticipate recovering quickly and being back to my full self very soon!
I am already so thankful to those of you who have reached out via email and text. Your concern is SO appreciated.
I am well cared-for and in need of nothing. And I know I can call on any of you if that changes. I am SO grateful to be surrounded by so much love!
I look forward to being with you all again very soon! If not before, certainly for our drive-in Flower Communion the first week of May! (YES, it’s still very much ON!)
As always, I LOVE YOU!