From December’s InterConnections feature story, now online at UUA.org:
When the Rev. Barnaby Feder was helping to plan his installation at the Champlain Valley UU Society in Middlebury, Vt., he decided he wanted the day to include more than just a meaningful ceremony. Which is how paintbrushes, baking pans, and a Japanese maple on the town green came to be part of the day.
He explains: “In addition to the ceremony itself, I wanted us to think about doing something for the community. Installations naturally center on celebrating the commitment of the new minister and the congregation to each other, but I wanted the day to also reflect our commitment to being part of the larger community.”
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