Andy had just started a new chapter in his life, leaving his corporate job of 16 years to become a full-time freelance creative. In addition to a career change, he became a serious cyclist. His mental and physical health had never been better in his life. It was a very exciting time.
All that changed on August 21st, 2018.
Andy contracted a potent strain of E.Coli and then presented symptoms of a life threatening complication a few days later. After being hospitalized for a month in critical condition, Andy beat incredible odds. On this Sunday, hear his message of recovery and new found spirituality that led him to our fellowship.
Andy is in the process of writing a book about his experience. More information can be found here.
Gratitude as a theme of the traditional Easter story often reflects feelings that a risen Christ has relieved us of the burden of our sins. However, this is not a common Unitarian Universalist understanding. We will explore the nature of gratitude and find some meaning … read more.