April 12 “Enriching Our Lives by Discovering Our Pasts” Matthew Schliesman, Executive Director of the Capitol Civic Centre and a longtime writer, will present excerpts from the book he is close to finishing. It's a genealogical adventure about some colorful ancestors he has uncovered, why and how he went looking for them, and what they mean in the present day. It's also an "every man" odyssey, because chances are there are some colorful characters in all of our pasts.
Note Extra Presentation next week
April 19 “The Power of Stories to Shape Our Lives” Carrie Arnold
Simple stories can bring great clarity to situations and events that cause us discomfort, confusion, or pain. Come to hear and share stories that help to make sense of life's challenges.
Carrie and her daughter spoke to us before. She has been a chaplain at the prison in Green Bay.Extra Presentation (additional 20 minutes): "LUUF's Strategic Plan Results". The Fellowship has just completed a participative strategic planning process to identify objectives for the next 3-5 years. Cathy Edwards will present an overview of the process, summarize results from the survey many completed, and share the Board-approved approved strategic objectives and goals.
Lakeshore Unitarian Universalist Fellowship
620 Park, Manitowoc, WI
Services on Sunday mornings at 10:00 A.M.
Enrichment Program for Children from ages 4-10
Childcare for babies and toddlers during service