October 2, 2022

Blue Hills Unitarian Universalist Fellowship invites you to attend their Sunday October 2nd Service, as they host the accomplished musician and poet Richard Terrill of Minneapolis.  Reading from his recent work “Essentially” and other collections, Terrill touches on subjects as disparate as jazz, trout fishing, neighbors, dogs, vintage movies and aging in hopes of generating discussion on craft and art in connection with our daily lives.  The Service begins at 10 a.m., 230 W. Messenger in Rice Lake.

Richard Terrill is Professor Emeritus at Minnesota State, Mankato, and a Distinguished Faculty Scholar.  After growing up in Green Bay, Terrill   graduated from UW Wisconsin-Eau Claire, where he also discovered the joy of trout fishing in the Blue Hills. Those who seek insight are always welcome at BHUU. 

A free-range discussion period takes place before the service at 9 a.m., and as with the Service, may be accessed via Zoom. The link is sent to members, but all who are interested may contact patriciashifferd@gmail.com for the link.   Wearing masks is optional for those attending in person; all are expected to be fully vaccinated.   Gathering for fellowship & coffee after the service is encouraged.        
Richard Terrill