This Sunday’s service: “Working on the Holy”

Reverend Maddie Sifantus

Do you name the holy God? Do we browse for religion in a new religious marketplace? In this complex world, many of us are drawn to a spiritual path or practice. How does the more pluralistic and experiential approaches to the religious evident in America today influence us as Unitarian Universalists?

Those themes will be explored at our service this Sunday, September 30, as our guest minister, the Reverend Maddie Sifantus, speaks on the topic of “Working on the Holy” — a consideration of the phrase “I am spiritual but not religious.”

Reverend Sifantus has been the consulting minister at the Unitarian Universalist Church of Wakefield since 2009 and is affiliate community minister at First Parish in Wayland. She is the founder and director emerita of the Golden Tones elder chorus, a professional singer, and adjunct faculty at Andover Newton Theological School. She has one son and two grandchildren who live in Long Beach, California.

The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by coffee and fellowship at about 11:30. Visitors are always welcome.