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This Sunday's Service:

Cultivating a Sense of Humor

Speaker: Member Mary Buchel

ONE SERVICE ONLY at 10:00 a.m.

SUNDAY, JULY 27, 2014

Chalice Camp for children aged 1-11 at 10:00 a.m.

"Humor can be playful or malicious, can forge social bonds within a community or divide people. Most of us know about the link between a sense of humor and health and wellness. For Unitarians, our guidelines of freedom and love encompass cultivating a sense of humor as part of our development as full human beings. How do we distinguish types of humor?  What is a UU sense of humor?  How do we cultivate it? How can humor help us to become more completely human?"   — Mary

Mary Buchel has attended First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee for 20 years and been a member for the past 5 years. Before retiring to a career in theatre, Mary worked in management training and organizational development in major Wisconsin companies. She is an avid charades and theatre games aficionado.

MUSIC: Tristan Strelitzer, Choral Director

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