March 10: “I’m not Rubber; You’re not Glue”, Mary Frances Comer

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Remember – check your clocks and Spring Forward on Sunday morning!

Words! In one ear and out the other? Not likely. We all know the power of words, but we tend to forget this great lesson. Reflections on the Rubber/Glue Model from the poetic wisdom of Shel Silverstein to humanists and religious icons alike. There is one thing we all seem to have in common!

Mary Frances Comer is from Rock Hill, SC, and is a candidate for ordination with the UUA. She has previously served as a Chaplain Intern at a level-I Trauma Center in Charlotte, and as an Associate of Pastoral Care with the Church of the Larger Fellowship. Mary Frances is a full-time college instructor who teaches sociology. Our service begins at 11 a.m. in the Lodge at Woodlawn School, just north of Davidson. Find us.

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