Fragility, Forgiveness, Acceptance, and Peace

“We are fragile creatures, and it is from this weakness, not despite it, that we discover the possibility of true joy.”-Desmond Tutu

In light of Veteran’s Day we will explore what it means to live in this world carrying trauma and grief, and how we can support each other in finding peace and joy in a complicated world.

  • Two Services at 9am and 11am in the Sanctuary
  • Nursery care for children 6months to 4years at 9am
  • Newcomers Welcome at services as well as for Coffee between services at 10am
  • The choir sings at 9am

Ceceley Chambers, MDiv, is a Chaplain, Spiritual Director, Grief Companion, and Life Cycle Officiant based in Providence, RI. She is currently a chaplain at the HopeHealth Hulitar Hospice Center. While rooted in the Jewish tradition, she has a passion for accompanying people of all faiths, those who are spiritual but not religious, and those with no religious or spiritual background at all. Ceceley is a proud PeaceLove CREATOR and enjoys bringing expressive arts, music, meditation, and mindfulness into her work and life. Her husband keeps her grounded, her children keep her flexible, bourbon brings out her Kentucky roots, and prayer helps her to cultivate gratitude.