Term: 2018-2021

About 12 years ago, I was looking for a short-cut from my house to mark Jacobson Toyota on 15-501.  I turned down Garrett Road and saw a timid, wooden sign for the Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.  Having come the next Sunday,Ii left the service thinking there was nothing I needed to change about myself to join this congregation.  I have come here ever since.

The greatest challenges in living my faith are to accord every individual - no matter that person's views - the same humanity that I see in my own eyes when I look in a mirror; to hold up the inextinguishable infinite Fire of Hope; to honor the suffering and joy of the ancestors who bestowed on me the gift of life as an opportunity to do good in the world; and to aspire, for my life, to love everyone.