Rev. Megan Lynes, guest minister
Whether in personal relationships or congregational life we are in a constant dynamic dance of communication. So often we hold back important parts of ourselves to feel safe. At other times we initiate the dance, but step on toes. What relationships in your life need tweaking? What would that look like? Together we’ll heighten our awareness of our own roles and expectations within personal relationships and in community life.
Rev. Megan Lynes grew up UU in the Boston area, and was ordained in 2008 by the congregation of Canton MA, where she did her student ministry. Megan’s ministry has included serving as a chaplain at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, nine years as the Parish Minister of the First Parish in Bedford, MA, and two years as the Minister of Faith Formation at the First Church in Sterling, MA. She took a break during the pandemic to stay home with her 3-year-old son full time, and is now serving another contract year with the First Parish in Bedford. Megan is a single mom by choice and lives in Stow with her best friend, her son Jesse, two cats, and six chickens.
Masks are required in the sanctuary, with the exception of being optional for speakers, soloists, and in the balcony.
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