March 8: Community Conversation — “How We Care for Each Other”

Among the deepest reasons for belonging to a religious community — is the care, connection and community we offer each other.

When has the Unitarian Fellowship of Peterborough met your need and longing for community and care? When have we fallen short? We often talk about outreach — and we do so much social justice work. Who do we want to be when it comes to “in-reach,” our caring for each other?

On Sunday March 8, right after the service, we are hosting a short Community Conversation as part of a re-evaluation of our pastoral care. A simple lunch will be provided at 11:30. ($5 suggested, pay what you can.)

The format is mostly small group story-sharing, with the intention of weaving the gems of what we learn into actionable next steps, including coming decisions about renewing or rethinking our Circle of Care.

This session will be 90 lively minutes, finishing at 1:30.

— Ben Wolfe (for the UFP Board)
— Jovanna Soligo (for the Committee on Ministry)