Service Leaders: Rev. Dr. Jeanne Foster, Cathy Read
Music by: Mary Chapot, Renee Valentino & others, Paul Gilger
Share the Basket: Breakfast for Our Neighbors

Special Guest: Rev. Dr. Jeanne Foster

Psychiatrist D. W. Winnicott writes that we too often live with an attitude of compliance, as though the world is something to be fitted in with, demanding adaptation. This attitude tells us to put our dreams away in the back of the drawer. But our dreams are part of creative living, which makes life worthwhile. On this Sunday, we stand up for pulling our dreams through into reality, as a way of transcending a life dominated by compliance.

Rev. Dr. Jeanne Foster received her Master of Divinity degree from Starr King, and served as minister of the UU Fellowship in Modesto. She also holds a PhD from the Graduate Theological Union in Religion, Literature, and the Arts. She is currently Professor Emerita at Saint Mary’s College in Moraga. A published poet, Jeanne’s work has appeared in numerous journals. Her passions are ballroom dancing, and Tuscany. In particular, ballroom dancing in Tuscany!

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