A Masterpiece in Two Octaves: The Unexpected Advantages of Challenge

‘Life is imperfect and challenging… But it is precisely these challenges that invite us into a fullness of life not available to those who can afford to be ‘conflict averse’. With the task of building Beloved Community out of the chaos, divisiveness and strife of daily life, we will spend some time with the ‘blessings of imperfection’ and the unexpected advantages of challenge.’
The Rev. Ben Meyers was ordained into the Unitarian Universalist ministry in 1991 and is currently serves the Unitarian Universalists of San Mateo. He has a fondness for stories, songs, and silences that reach beyond the surface and invites us to deeper connection with one another.
As part of our “Pulpit and Loft exchange” with the UUSM, Rev. Ben will be joined by the UUSM Adult Choir, Joel Chapman, Director of Music, and Paul Zawilski, accompanist, who will embellish and inspire the service with original compositions and arrangements by Mr. Chapman.  Worship Associate:  Eleanor Kilpatrick