Rev. Barnaby Feder reflects on how the possibilities that are most spiritually and practically meaningful for us emerge from the realities of our daily lives as individuals and as UU congregations. Along the way, he looks at how efforts to preserve your options can be self-defeating.
Rev. Barnaby Feder is a lifelong UU from San Mateo, CA. Rev. Barnaby entered seminary in 2008 after a long career in journalism. He is in his seventh year as the minister serving the Champlain Valley UU Society in Middlebury. He and his wife, Michele Lowy, have three grown children, all living at the moment in Washington DC., a relentlessly affectionate cat with a black UU question mark on the white part of his hind left leg and a large, usually obedient dog who likes to hang out in the church office.
9AM: Chaya Lichtig, vocals
11AM: UCM Choir
9AM: PreK-6th grade “one room”
11AM: PreK-K class, 1-6th grade “one room”
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