UPCOMING SERVICES (all services start at 10 am)   

Jan 6              Rev. Mary Edes: Endings and Beginnings

Mary Edes has been a guest minister at our Fellowship for over 20 years. She is currently serving as a chaplain and leading a hospice singing group in the Tamworth, NH, area, where she and her husband, Steve Kull, live.

Jan 13            Merry Stockwell:  Let’s shed some light on today’s pervasive culprit – fear.

Merry Stockwell is a long-time director of religious education and served at three New Hampshire UU congregations before her retirement. For a number of years she has traveled to St. John in the Virgin Islands during the winter to provide Sunday services for the UU congregation there.

Jan 20            Julien/Jane Olivier:   Bringing spirituality to those in jail

Julien Olivier serves as chaplain at Wentworth-Douglass Hospital in Dover. Jane Olivier taught music in public schools for many years and is now retired. Among their many outreach activities, they provide support through word and music to men and women at the Strafford County Jail.

Jan 27            Joyce Sheehan: TBA

Joyce Sheehan is a member of our congregation and former minister.

Feb 3              Tara Holmes Ball:  Suicide: stigma and support  

Tara Ball is the president and founder of Connor’s Climb Foundation, a local organization whose mission is to provide suicide prevention education to New Hampshire youth and the community.

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updated: 10/3/2018

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