Rev. Sarah Skochko
How responsible are we for the behavior of others in our community? We know we can't control others, and yet we also know we are bound to one another, to be held in loving accountability. In this service, we'll meditate on what it means to hold community standards - as well as to challenge them - with historical stories as our guide.
The Rev. Sarah Skochko is a graduate of Meadville Lombard Theological School, and has an MFA in poetry. She served as the Coordinator of Outreach and Engagement at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene, OR and now lives in Austin, TX.
Sanctuary closed. Virtual Service by video or phone
People are encouraged to arrive ten minutes early to facilitate the process of being cleared through our "waiting room." Please note that microphones will be muted, screen sharing will be disabled, and chatting (except to host) will be disabled for this service. The room will also be locked to new participants about 15 minutes into the service. We apologize for any inconvenience this causes.
Please note all our links for joining by video/audio are different each week.
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Meeting ID: 971 4890 0807
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