With spring in the air, we begin to emerge from our winter cocoons, and it’s an opportunity to be inspired by the growth and change that’s happening around us. Whether in our homes, in our schedules, or inside ourselves, what might it look like to make more space in our life? How might our life be different if we welcome in something new? We will explore a variety of ways of looking at the idea of spaciousness in our lives, and how it might rejuvenate us mentally, physically and spiritually.
Rev. Kim D. Wilson currently serves the UU Fellowship of the Poconos in Stroudsburg, PA. She obtained her Master of Divinity degree from Moravian Theological Seminary in Bethlehem, PA and was ordained in 2001. Rev. Kim shares an old Victorian home in Bethlehem, PA with her spouse and their Pomeranian, Sammy. When she’s not engaged in ministry, Rev. Kim enjoys yoga, hiking, gardening and genealogy.