The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Door County (UUFDC) is hosting programs throughout September. All programs are at 10 am.
The Rev. Joan Shiels, who has been bringing messages of hope, hardship and humor to the fellowship for 23 years, will present “How to See a Person” on Sept. 10, which will explore the experiences of those who live with a disability or disfigurement.
The following week, Sept. 17, Marie Luna – who helped found the Unitarian Universalist Association of Membership Professionals group – will present “Spending Time in the Chrysalis,” an exploration of life transitions, both planned or unplanned.
The last presentation for the month will be on Sept. 24, “A Listening Heart,” with Rev. Joyce Palmer, assistant minister at UU Church of Rockford, Illinois. Palmer will discuss not feeling fully present during conversations and what may be missed because of it.
Visit uufdc.org for more details. UUFDC is located at 10341 Highway 42 in Ephraim.