Our parish minister, the Rev. Dr. Victoria Weinstein, is on sabbatical. To learn more about Rev. Vicki’s sabbatical plans and the guest ministers leading the church in worship while she is away, please click here.

Feb. 23 Worship Service 10 a.m.
“I know you’re tired. But come, this is the way.”
The Rev. Alix Klingenberg

“I know you’re tired. But come, this is the way.” How can we combat compassion fatigue so that we can stay healthy and grounded while we do the work of social change?

Our Guest Minister, the Rev. Alix Klingenberg, is an entrepreneurial UU minister, writer, and spiritual director. She writes a blog called Highly Sensitive Extrovert and uses creativity and archetypes to connect to community and the divine. A graduate of Oberlin College and Meadville Lombard Theological School, Alix has served in various capacities in the Chicago, San Diego, and now the Boston areas. Some of Alix’s passions include photography, tabletop games, tarot, and the Enneagram.

Feb. 26 at 7 p.m., Climate Change & Faith Speaker Series
“Climate Change is a Social Justice Issue: What it Means for the North Shore”
Dr. Marcos Luna

Please join the UUCGL on Wednesday, February 26, at 7:00 p.m. for the second in our three-part series exploring how our faith calls us to respond to the climate emergency. Salem State University Professor Marcos Luna will present a talk entitled “Climate change is a social justice issue: What it means for the North Shore.” Learn how climate change is not just an environmental catastrophe, it is an ethical and political crisis that falls hardest on those who are least responsible and most vulnerable. Moving toward a just and sustainable future requires that we recognize these disparities and that we bend our efforts at mitigation and adaptation to work in solidarity with the needs and concerns of those communities that have the most to lose. There will  be an exhibit on “Mapping Climate Change on the North Shore” in the Skylight room for viewing during the talk. Please also mark your calendars for the next talk in the series on April 1 on climate change impacts on flora and fauna. This series is sponsored by the Green Sanctuary Ministry Team and the Swampscott Conservancy.