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Date(s) - February 20, 2022
10:00 am - 11:30 am


Sunday, February 20th Flowing in the Stream      Rev. Dr. Susan Rak One of the Four Immeasurables in Buddhist teaching is “Equanimity” – being in the middle of it all and cultivating a sense of balance. So we begin here to find a way to live with and through the instability that so often characterizes our lives.

The Reverend Dr. Susan Veronica Rak has been a Unitarian Universalist since the early 1970’s and Unitarian Universalist Minister since 1996. She earned her Masters of Divinity at Lancaster Theological Seminary in Lancaster PA, and received a Doctor of Ministry from Meadville-Lombard Theological School (Chicago IL). Rev. Susan has served our faith as interim and settled minister in the greater New York and Philadelphia area. She also was the UUA Program Consultant for the Joseph Priestley District (1997-2001) and prior to that, worked as a UU religious educator for 15 years. She continues her volunteer work in support of Unitarian Universalism by serving as President of the UU Retired Ministers and Partners Association. She and her spouse, Dr. Mary Chinery (Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences, Georgian Court University, Lakewood NJ) reside in Asbury Park NJ.