Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Midland

Sunday’s Service – June 23 at 10:30am

“Humor & Spiritual Resiliency”  What, if any, is the connection between humor and spiritual resiliency?  What is meant by “spiritual resiliency” and why is this an important quality to nurture and grow?  Can a collection of people, such as a family, place of business, or religious congregation, have a humorous spirit and sense of spiritual resiliency?  With a little luck and good timing we’ll have a laugh or two together.  Rev. Heather Collins, guest speaker.  David Bowen, Heather’s husband, will play guitar.

Rev. Heather Collins, guest speaker, teaches and manages the Clinical Pastoral Education program at Covenant HealthCare System. Heather received a Masters of Divinity degree from Duke University, was ordained by the UU Congregation of Gwinnett in Lawrenceville, GA, and served as their first full-time minister.  After thru-hiking the Appalachian Trail, Heather and her husband, David Bowen, moved to Saginaw in 2015 to be near family.  They share their Victorian house with three dogs, a cat, and the dust and debris of on-going renovation.

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