About Rev. Rebecca S. King

Having served as pastor at Community UCC in Fort Seneca, Ohio for three and a half years, Rev. Becky King currently serves as the chaplain at Fairhaven Community in Upper Sandusky, Ohio and as the dean of chaplains at United Church Homes.

Recent Blog Posts

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By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  March 04, 2021

For years, I longed for a child. Due to health concerns, I was unable to have a baby for years - yet, I remained hopeful that one day a child would enter my life. I held..

From Spectator to Speaker

By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  January 28, 2021

On Wednesday, January 6, 2021, I was a few minutes late to a Zoom meeting with the other writers of this blog. I was late because I chose to watch what was happening at..

Gratitude During Election Season

By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  November 06, 2020

Learning at a young age that my voice matters, I have been voting in elections since I was eighteen years old. Last night, I logged onto a website to track my absentee..

Handprints of Love

By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  September 17, 2020

Twenty years ago, Fairhaven Community, the senior living community I currently serve, began a program with Disney designed to highlight teamwork and service. As part of..

Making Room for Celebrating Older Adults

By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  July 17, 2020

Older Adults Are Amazing People I am going to let you in on a secret that I have known since I was a child: older adults are amazing people! When I was younger, I..

Dear 2020 Graduate...

By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  June 05, 2020

2020 SPRING GRADUATIONS Graduation. Coming from a root word meaning “step,” it is a time to celebrate the work a student has completed in order to move on with the next..

Hope Is Not Canceled

By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  April 24, 2020

Hope Found in an Ancient Song In mid-March, as the COVID-19 pandemic moved closer to home, I walked around the Life Plan Community I serve to talk with residents about..

Lenten Series: Sticks and Stones

By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  March 27, 2020

Many of us may remember the adage from our childhood, “sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” What we may have learned along the way is..

When Old Is New Series -- Older Adults Providing Fresh Insight on Aging

By Rev. Rebecca S. King  •  January 30, 2020