What The Associated Press Stylebook Taught Me About Love
Wisdom can be found in many sources, including a style manual for news writers. On Sunday, March 29, guest speaker Rob Kinslow, a candidate for Unitarian Universalist ministry and former journalist, will describe the wisdom of what he calls “lowercase life.” Lowercase life is the practice of trying to love everyone unconditionally. It’s easier than you think, once you know the rules. Rob is also a magician and will use magic to underscore his message.
We’re trying something slightly different this week. The service will “go public” at 11 am, at which point it will play through once from beginning to end — so if you tune in a few minutes late, you might miss the welcome. Doing it this way means that we will all be singing along to the hymns together! After it plays through, it will become a normal YouTube video that you can fast forward, rewind, and send to your friends and family like last week
Participating is easy. First, on Sunday go to this link, where you will find a YouTube player that will broadcast the service. All you have to do is press play! The service will be available to view at 11 am, and we encourage everyone to tune it at that time, so we can have a shared experience.
Stay after the service for virtual coffee hour! Right after our service, we will leave YouTube (read, The Sanctuary) and head over to Zoom (read, Benker Hall) where we will have time to share joys, sorrows, and milestones together, and then we will be broken into small groups for informal chatting. Join the Zoom Meeting at https://tufts.zoom.us/j/983951738