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Doege to present virtual sermon on Sunday

Sermon will talk about balance, rhythm and the urge to sync our lives with our own heart and spirit.

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SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa — Rev. Lisa Doege will preside over the March 13 service of the Iowa Lakes Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. As Lent begins for our Christians friends, family and neighbors and as the vernal equinox approaches, her sermon, “Out of Sync”, will talk about balance and rhythm and the urge to sync our lives (or not) with the season, with our culture, with our own heart and spirit.

Zoom fellowship begins at 10:30 a.m. with the service beginning at 11 a.m. Visitors are welcome and can request a Zoom invitation with the Contact Us link at uuokoboji.com.

Doege grew up attending Unity Church Unitarian in Saint Paul, the congregation that ordained her in 1994. She holds degrees from Hamlin University and Harvard Divinity school and has served UU congregations in Texas, Indiana and Minnesota.

The Iowa Lakes Unitarian Universalist Fellowship (ILUUF) seeks to provide opportunities for people of all ages to grow in their spiritual and ethical lives, finding the means to engage the world in creative and transformative ways.

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