Change, Renewal, and Hope with Rev. Janet Newton, Ewell Hopkins & Dr. Ursula Goodenough

Mizuta Masahide, the 17th century Japanese poet and samurai penned brief but lasting lines on the nature of what might be called transience, life after loss, or renewal: My barn having burned down, now I can see the moon.”

This Sunday, Dr. Ursula Goodenough and Ewell Hopkins will join Rev. Janet for a service that reflects on the challenges of moving through change to places and attitudes of hopeful renewal.