Questions, lessons, and pondering sparked by bedside conversations during my years as a hospice chaplain. What lessons do life and death teach us about living? What is it that we yearn for at the end of life? What does our UU faith offer us? While each person is different there are some common themes. In this service, we will explore those themes and questions.
Reverend Barb Greve earned his Masters of Divinity at Starr King School for the Ministry. in 2021, he became the Affiliated Community Minister with First Parish in Framingham. At present he serves as a hospice chaplain with Vitas Healthcare. From August 2017 – June 2020 he served as one of the volunteer Co-Moderators to the Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations and currently serves as Secretary on the board of Meadville Lombard Theological School. In addition to having served as an intentional interim/consulting director of lifespan religious education to multiple Unitarian Universalist congregations, Barb has served on the Faculty of The Chaplaincy Institute (teaching Prophetic Voice & Social Transformation), as the Chair of the Starr King School for the Ministry’s Board of Trustees, is a founding member and served on the Steering Committee of Transgender Religious professional Unitarian Universalists Together (TRUUsT), is a founding member and served on the Steering Committee of the Guild of Interim Religious Educators, and currently serves on the board of Meadville Lombard Theological School.