Sunday, November 20, 2022, 10:30am
Presenter: Rev Liz James
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What do you do when the life you’d imagined for yourself is stuck in committee? Join us for a reflection on following your joy, finding justice, and the story of a practical joke gone right.
About the Speaker:
Rev. Liz James comes from a family with a proud tradition of expressing love through practical jokes. She lives in Saskatoon, Canada, where she writes, preaches, co-hosts the UU humour podcast The Cracked Cup, and is a member of the Saskatoon Unitarians. Also, she runs Mirth and Dignity, an organization dedicated to UU humour, which can be found at UUHystericalSociety.com. Liz also does guest preaching and can be reached through her website at lizjameswrites.com.