Caregiving as a Spiritual Practice

ONSITE and on Zoom, and Facebook LIVE.  As a caregiver for her mother since her mother’s stroke in 1996, Phibun has been on a spiritual journey. And through some hard times, she’s become a better person, whether she liked it or not. Let her share some of the lessons she’s learned with you.

Phibun has been a member of UUCLB for at least 10 years. She is a full time physical therapist specializing in pediatrics at California Children’s Services – LA County for the past 18 years. Phibun graduated from USC Doctor of Physical Therapy Program in 2001 and is one of many authors of a PT Differential Diagnosis book. She has also been a clinical instructor for PT students at CCS for many years. She has been a caregiver for her mother for the past 26 years since her mother’s stroke. Phibun has also been an active member and/or board member of Soroptimist International of Artesia-Cerritos, a service organization whose mission is to improve the lives of women and girls, for the past 10 years. She is working on increasing her social activism, enjoying life, and learning more.

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We are meeting in person. However, if you are on Zoom or Facebook, because our collection plate cannot be passed to you, we are offering a simple way to give using Tithe.ly. Put 833-931-1845 as the recipient of your text, write the message GIVE and click on send. Tithe.ly will provide a form on your mobile device. Quickly fill out your giving information and credit/debit card details.

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Indoor Sunday Services in Wylder Hall

Welcome to our services indoors in Wylder Hall. For the safety of all, please join us masked and vaccinated (honor system). For those who feel more comfortable outdoors, we have limited seating just outside the sanctuary. If you would rather continue enjoying services via ZOOM, join us online at Zoom or Facebook LIVE.

Please keep in mind that we are all in this together. To keep everyone safe and healthy we embrace a practice of Inclusion, Covenant, Consent, and Care for all during these COVID-19 times. Please email here with any comments or questions.