August 29, 9:30 a.m. in-person or live stream
Rev. Deborah Raible will lead the service, reflecting on what it might mean not to be just “inspired,” but “inspirited.” Music by Ian Loney, tenor; and Dwight Beckmeyer, harpsichord. Click here for links and information about attending in-person or via Livestream.
The Rev. Deborah Raible is a lifelong Unitarian Universalist, following three previous generations of Unitarians in her family, and the third generation to go into the Unitarian (and now) Universalist ministry.
Deborah is also a lifelong member of University Unitarian Church, Seattle, which ordained her in 1996 and called her as a Minister Affiliated in 1997. She is a community minister in private practice as a pastoral counselor, although she has put her private practice on hold and stepped in more than once to help UUC as an additional parish minister when needed. She also volunteers at UUC with the UU Wellspring Program, the Faith Formation Implementation Team and Partner Church.
Deborah is married to another lifelong Unitarian Universalist, Kevin Clark, who is also a PK (preacher’s kid). The two of them have delighted in raising two more of the same, Nathan and Caleb Raible-Clark. In addition to her family, Deborah enjoys the spiritual practices of praying, playing classical piano and taking walks.