We had to change plans for our 9:15 Forum from what’s posted on Calendar — the topic will still be climate change, though our Valerie had to postpone her specific talk on how planning affects persons with disabilities. In the alternative, we will be watching and discussing a TED talk by David Kerth entitled “A critical Look at Bio-engineering Against Climate Change.” Lively discussion always follows the presentation.
We are especially pleased this week to welcome guest Ralph Murre, Door County’s 2015-2017 Poet Laureate. His poem “Dark December” has become nearly a cult classic in Door, and a favorite to our congregation as well – which laid the path to bring him to BHUU. He will share a timely collection of his work at the 10:30 Service, entitled “A Poet’s Way in America”. Murre immediately connects with his audience, and is a recognized Poet in Door County as well as throughout the state of Wisconsin.
Being the Third Sunday of the month, a Potluck will follow the service and all are invited.