Unitarians to discuss ‘Scars, our Stories’
On Sunday, July 6, at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Rappahannock (UUFR), Bob Weekley will present “Scars, Our Stories.” “Scars tell our stories, sometimes our very personal stories,” said Weekley. “Scars are symbols we carry—traces of hurts that have healed, of victories over injury. And not all scars are physical. If we reflect on scars, both our own and those of others, what can they teach us? What stories can your scars tell you? What scars have we left on others?”
Weekley is a retired career U.S. Army officer and international business executive. He is the past president and a longtime member of UUFR. He and his wife Elaine moved to Lancaster from Arlington in 1998.
The UUFR meets every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at 366 James Wharf Road in White Stone. Coffee and refreshments will follow the service. All are invited.