Please join us this Sunday, 1/28/18, 10:00 a.m. for a service led by Dave Chapman. Music by the UUCSH Choir, Melanie Davis, Tom Heliotis, Will Magalio, David Milkes, & Susan Schneider.
The experiences in our lives cause us to experience different levels and kinds of gratitude. Sometimes our sense of gratitude is simple and modest, while at other times our sense of gratitude is profound and life-changing. Dave Chapman will discuss the benefits of cultivating a practice of daily gratitude and understanding the role of gratitude and faith in our lives as Unitarian Universalists.
Dave Chapman is a certified coach, speaker, and trainer. He studies, writes and speaks in the areas of human productivity, social psychology and the religions of the world. As an adjunct faculty member for the Rutgers University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, Dave teaches courses on social psychology, world religions, and on how to plan for a fulfilling retirement. He speaks regularly to Unitarian Universalist congregations in the Northeast. Dave and his wife Janice Buffalow live in Flemington. You can learn more about this Sunday’s speaker on his website.