August 9: “The Virtue of Reverence” Rev. Sage Olnick
As Unitarian Universalists, we hold dear the interconnection of our lives and all that is. We commit ourselves to address not only what is, but also what we hope for and what we dedicate ourselves to. What are we, as individuals and religious community, revering during this time of uncertainty and hardship to keep us grounded and committed to our UU values and principles?
Rev Sage Olnick is the Affiliate Community Minister of the First UUChurch of Berks County, She is a spiritual care counselor and chaplain at Hospice and Community Care. She is also committed to the emotional and spiritual wellbeing of healthcare professionals. Rev Sage is an adjunct professor at Eastern Mennonite University and Pennsylvania College of Health Sciences where she teaches Ethics, Death & Dying, Effective Communication, and Nursing Transitions. She is a minister, nurse, educator, Lancastrian, life-long learner, lover of justice, catmom to Sasha and Finley, gardener, and Afrofuturist novel enthusiast.
This service marks UUCL’s third “shared worship” with our neighboring congregation in Reading, UU Berks. Please note the start time of 10:30 a.m. for this service.
With a computer, smartphone or tablet, click on this link: https://zoom.us/j/562036166. With a land-line, cell phone, or smartphone (audio only) dial this number: 1-646-558-8656. When prompted, enter the Meeting ID: 562 036 166. Please plan to log on by 10:20 a.m. so that you can establish a connection before worship begins. Please note that your mic will be muted and will remain muted for the service. Our service concludes with “virtual coffee hour” when members and friends are unmuted.