As the new year begins, we reflect together on the ways that we make new beginnings in our own lives. Do we make ‘resolutions” that allow us to become more fully ourselves, or that ask us to try to be someone else?
The Rev. Libby Smith grew up in the Unitarian Society of York, PA (now the UU Congregation of York) where her mother is still an active member. After five years of
working in religious education and tending bar on the side, she earned a Masters of Divinity in 1992 and was ordained the same year. Since then she has served congregations in Rockport, MA, Warrington, PA, and Langhorne, PA. She also spent five years as Chaplain at UU House, a small retirement and nursing home in Germantown.