The Woman who Kept Collapsing in Slow Motion

Having served as chaplain at ‘Mass and Cass’, an area in downtown Boston known until recently for its encampments and open-air drug market, Rev. Jud Wolfskill recalls a woman he encountered there. This Sunday, we will explore questions such as: What do we do when we encounter someone with no agency? Do Unitarian Universalists have an answer to the problem of addiction?

Rev. Jud Wolfskill was ordained into Unitarian Universalist ministry this May. He works with Faith Leaders for Housing Justice, an organization dedicated to supporting and advocating for people facing housing insecurity in Boston. He resides in Natick with his wife, two kids, a lab, and three cats.

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Social Hour: Following the service, we invite you to join us in the Parish Hall for a cozy community coffee hour, offering a chance for fellowship and lively conversation. We hope to see you there!

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