We welcome Rev. Kevin W. Jagoe to lead worship this Sunday with the message “Community Can Be Holy Now.”
“In our current religious, political, and social landscape it can be challenging to create or find places that not only welcome us but nourish us over the long haul. In our covenantal tradition, the very act of gathering together is a religious and holy one. So how do we create community and sanctuary that is ever more expansive?”
Rev. Kevin W. Jagoe has served BuxMont Unitarian Universalist Fellowship as minister since 2018. Kevin’s background includes more than a decade of work in the nonprofit sector with organizations ranging in size from five members to several thousand. He was a very dedicated lay leader in his home congregation (First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis). Kevin teaches in the Humanist Studies Program, a partnership between the American Humanist Association and United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities and is a contributor to the book Humanist Voices in Unitarian Universalism.
Join us Sunday morning at 10:30 in the sanctuary. The requirement of masks is based on the current COVID community risk level in Dauphin County. Masks are required for medium or high risk levels; they are optional when the county is in the low risk level. The current level will be posted on the front doors of the church.
You can also livestream the service via Zoom. The Zoom link for the October 9th service will be emailed Sunday morning. To subscribe to our email list, click on News in the menu bar above.