Speaker: Rev Donna Dolham

Rev Donna Dolham is a Unitarian Universalist minister working as a Hospice Chaplain with Androscoggin Home Care and Hospice. She has served as a Beyond Categorical Thinking facilitator with the Unitarian Universalist Association, traveling throughout the US to congregations in transition, and has been in lay leadership positions prior to entering seminary. If you’d like to know more about her ministry, please visit her website at donnadolham.com.

Savor the Moment

As we head into a season filled with reflections of capitalism inviting us away from our grounding in community and connection, what does it mean to be generous? In what ways can we slow down, notice the moments and find the beauty of this winter … read more.

Strong at the Broken Places

Our hearts break open with the news of the violence for our neighbors in Lewiston and surrounding areas, for families, friends, and loved ones. We can be present for each other, supporting each other and grieving together. Please join us as we gather in person … read more.

What Kind of Community Are We Planning?

“What is extraordinary appears to us as a habit, the dawn, a daily routine of nature.” Abraham Joshua Heschel

Abraham Joshua Heschel’s words invite us to remember that there is no accident to creating a beloved community. Please join us this Sunday as we explore creating … read more.

Threads Through Time

With joys, challenges, and hopes, what are the threads through time that anchor this community in love? Join us on Sunday, August 27th as we take a moment to pause and appreciate the strengths of community.

Beyond Limits

In the words of bell hooks, “Beloved community is formed not by the eradication of difference but by its affirmation, by each of us claiming the identities and cultural legacies that shape who we are and how we live in the world.

How are we called … read more.

Do Not Be Daunted

“If I am not for myself, who will be for me? If I am only for myself, what am I? And if not now, when?” ~ Hillel

During this time of rising fascism where do we find ourselves and in what ways can we empower our … read more.

The Soul’s Capacity…

Our March theme, Vulnerability, invites us to engage fully together. May we embrace the wholeness of being individuals and community as we gather this Sunday.