The Meaning of Sabbath—from the Traditional to the Sublime

What does a teaspoon, a comfort shawl, and a compass have to do with Sabbath? After much creative thought, daydreaming and research, Dean has discovered the above three things are symbols for the very best kind of Sabbath. Please join him as he shares this discovery with you.

Reverend Dean Staffanson has served terminally ill patients and their families for sixteen years as a hospice chaplain for the Gundersen Health System. Dean is a member of this fellowship and very thankful for their endorsement of his community ministry. He was ordained as a Unitarian Universalist minister by this fellowship, and he received his Master of Divinity from the Earlham School of Religion in Richmond, Indiana. Prior to seminary Dean lived and worked in Minneapolis, and he was a member of Unity Church—Unitarian in St. Paul, MN.

 

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