Rev. Bruce Marshall
Dr. Bruce Marshall is a Unitarian Universalist minister who has served congregations in Michigan, New York, Ohio, Tennessee, and Maryland. He now serves as chaplain to the UUs at Riderwood Village, a retirement community. He is also a writer. His fifth book, “In Later Years: Finding Meaning and Spirit in Aging,” has been published by Skinner House. Bruce is married to Amy Dibner, an architect. They live in Silver Spring.
Each of us is getting older. Year by year, day by day, hour by hour. With aging, comes change. How do we approach the changes that aging brings? In this service, I’ll draw upon my book, just published, which considers how people in their later years address questions of meaning and spirit. Copies of the book—In Later Years—will be available.
“As Unitarian Universalists, we give considerable attention to public expressions of faith, such as, working for justice and building community. But there is also… Continued