“What Is Memory?”

Rev. Jane Dwinell, Guest Minister; Melinda Lee, Worship Associate

When my husband was diagnosed with “probable early stage Alzheimer’s” in 2016, we began to wonder about memory — What is it? How important is it? Can we live without it? I will offer our thoughts on memory.

The Rev. Jane Dwinell is a retired UU minister who specialized in helping our small congregations be the best that they could be. She is the author of four books including Big Ideas for Small Congregations, and most recently, Alzheimer’s Canyon: One Couple’s Reflections on Living with Dementia, co-authored with her late husband, Sky Yardley. She lives on Lake Champlain with her garden and her two cats, Tubby and Pogo.

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