Sunday, August 13, 2017, 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Throughout history many remarkable events can be traced back only to the doer musing that "something told me" to make a particular choice. Robert Frost suggested that given a choice, we should always choose the path least traveled. Some people seem never to be able to decide which way to go and are almost inert; others seem to act without thinking at all of the consequences. Is there a way to make critical life decisions with a minimum of angst? Is there a way to tip the odds in our favor before we travel down any road? Must the burden always be on our shoulders alone?Worship Service with Reverend Adrienne Hausch, Guest Minister
Rev. Adrienne Hausch is a life-long LI resident, having gone through the Mineola public school system. In addition to being an ordained minister, she holds a BA from Hofstra, an MBA from LIU and a JD from St. John’s Law School.
Rev. Hausch taught for many years at New York Tech and St. Vincent's College of St. John's University. Following her MDiv from New Brunswick Theological Seminary in 1995, she became assistant pastor Community Church of Douglaston until 2014. She served on the Board of Trustees of the Seminary from 2000-2007.
In addition to her ministerial activities, Rev. Hausch has been very actively involved in the Nassau County Bar Association. She ran for State office (Assembly) in 1980, and has been a member of the Committees on Character and Fitness, Appellate Division, Second Department since 1999.
Currently, Rev. Hausch lives in Garden City. She has held season tickets to the Metropolitan Opera since the age of 16.