As summer comes to a close, Craig Rubano shares how he’s especially aware of life’s transitions — how those transitions get “punctuated” is one of life’s arts. A sense of community is all the more palpably precious when we need to let go, let be, and let in. In this sermon, we’ll learn from the semicolon, one of Craig’s favorite punctuation marks, that lessons abound at transition times.
Craig Rubano is our 2016 Summer Ministerial Intern and a candidate for ministerial ordination in the Unitarian Universalist Association. He just finished his PhD in Pastoral Theology at Princeton Theological Seminary, where he also received a Master of Divinity and a Master of Theology, the latter in Pastoral Care. Craig continues to enjoy a career as a singer and storyteller which has taken him around the world – from Broadway to the UU Congregation of Princeton’s vibrant Music Ministry. Craig also holds degrees in Philosophy and Comparative Literature from Yale and Columbia Universities.