This Sunday, Guest Minister, Rev. Hillary Collins-Gilpatrick will consider the ways that we tend to harden around a particular vision of who we think we are or should be. We will explore the consequences of this type of thinking and the ways that we can crack our shells and grow and evolve with the world and relationships around us.
Rev. Hillary Collins-Gilpatrick currently serves as the Assistant Minister of Faith Formation at North Parish in North Andover, where she oversees the Religious Education program as well as considers and implements opportunities for spiritual deepening for all ages of the congregation. Alongside her responsibilities as a UU Minister, Hillary has a background in high school teaching and organic farming. She has been practicing Buddhism for decades and the Dharma very much informs her ministry. When she’s not working she can typically be found hiking or lounging with her greyhound and partner.
One Service at at 9am in the Sanctuary
Religious Education for Children and Youth at 9am
Nursery Care for children ages 6 months to 4 years at 9am