Building Support for Spiritual Growth and Personal Accountability through a Weekly Practice

How is thy spirit? How have you experienced the divine in the past week? How is your social justice/self care going? Cynthia will speak about what she has learned about herself and her spiritual journey by participating in weekly accountability phone calls with a Star Island friend as they each responded to these three questions. This service will provide an opportunity to think about how we build accountability into our own lives.

Cynthia Roberts has been affiliated with First Unitarian for the past 20 years and formally joined as a member about 10 years ago. She has served on the Spiritual Pathways Team as a teacher and committee member and on PruComm as the liaison to Spiritual Development ministries. Cynthia works as a public health primary prevention strategist and culture change evaluator in multiple spheres of her life. She is continuously working to balance work, family, play, rest, struggle, joy, and beauty.