This Sunday’s Virtual Service – Pandemic as Practice: Where Do We Go From Here?

May 3 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Shayna Appel

While the coronavirus pandemic has certainly impacted all of our lives in the moment, what are the lessons we have learned from it and will bring forward with us when it comes to pass?

 Please join us as we come together in community to hear the thoughtful words of Rev. Shayna Appel.  Raised Jewish, Rev. Shayna Appel found herself called to a ministry at the intersection of both Judaism and Christianity.  In addition to her service to several churches across New England, Shayna serves as Chaplain to Townsend and Peterborough Fire Departments, the MA Corps of Fire Chaplains, the Granite State Critical Incident Stress Management Team and the UU Trauma Response Ministry team.  She currently lives in Milford, NH, with Arlo the dog and Hidee the cat.  She spends her spare time at the stable with Sunflower (Sunny) the American Standardbred horse.

Cares and Celebrations:  Please send your cares and celebrations to helenbrandt17@comcast.net so that they can be shared with the congregation and a candle lit in the sanctuary.

Zoom Notes:

Please make sure you are on mute throughout the service.  Background noises are greatly amplified and distracting.

If you wish to make a comment during the service at any time, or send along a care/celebration that you didn’t send in in advance, you can use the chat icon at the bottom of your screen.  When you click on it, it will open a chat bar at the side of your screen.  Click on the message area, type in your message and hit “return”.

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