"Relevant to the spring holidays, many of us are reminded of parents and family we have lost, either through death or estrangement. Patricia Nugent hits a nerve, which is admittedly sometimes 'the last nerve' we have with a family member, as she tells about how she came to understand her family while caring for her parents during their last days," says Rev. Julie-Ann Silberman, Associate Minister for the Unitarian Universalist Church of Cherry Hill,
"For Better AND Worse: Understanding and Reconciliation at Life's End" speaks to issues between my parents, between my father and me, and between my sister and me. Some resolved, some not (yet)," the author adds. More information about Patricia Nugent can be found at http://www.journalartspress.com.
The free hour-long talk at 12:30 will follow the April 15 10:15 AM service on "Estrangement"
About The Unitarian Universalist Church of Cherry Hill.
Established in 1956, The Unitarian Universalist Church of Cherry Hill is a member of the non-creedal Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations. Ms. Nugent's talk is part of the UUA's "Beloved Community" initiative. UUCCH welcomes questioning minds and growing spirits to join in nurturing civic, social and environmental justice. The church is located at 401 North Kings Highway, Cherry Hill, New Jersey.
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Contact: Susan Carroll, President, Susan Carroll Creative 856-985-7837
PR Chair, Unitarian Universalist Church of Cherry Hill