Jamestown, N.Y. – Congregant Anne Kenefic will challenge the participants in the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Jamestown’s virtual service on Sunday, December 12, 10:30 a.m. with the question “What Are We Waiting For?”
Her message is an exploration of the grace and tribulations of having to wait and the kind of waiting we are sometimes called upon to partake in.
The Advent Wreath, an evergreen wreath with four candles, will be part of the service. Each candle will represent something for which we have waited or what we are waiting for.
There will be time for sharing afterwards.
Kenefic was a Sister of Social Service for more than a decade. A graduate of California State University, Hayward, with a BA in Political Science, Religious Studies and Women’s Studies, she received her Doctor of the Law from the University of West Los Angeles. She practiced various types of law in California and taught various subjects at the Paralegal Studies Program at California State University, San Bernardino.
After moving to Jamestown in 2008, Kenefic worked as a paralegal for the law offices of Arthur N. Bailey & Associates, Legal Aid of Chautauqua County, and Fessenden, Laumer & DeAngelo, PLLC, until retiring last year. She has been a UUCJ member since 2008 and was a board member for three years.
For those who are interested, an optional virtual coffee hour in breakout rooms follows the service.
Because of COVID-19 concerns, UUCJ Sunday services are remaining virtual instead of returning to 1255 Prendergast Avenue. Anyone is welcome to participate with the link at UUJamestown.org/calendar.
The Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Jamestown is a progressive, liberal religious community serving the southern tier of Western New York and Warren County, Pa. The UUCJ’s mission is to promote and provide a community where diverse people of all ages may explore the meaning of existence, give expression to liberal religious values, and work for a just, sustainable society.