Doege to preside at ILUUF hybrid service

Service is May 22.

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SPIRIT LAKE, Iowa — Rev. Lisa Doege will preside over the May 22 hybrid service of the Iowa Lakes Unitarian Universalist Fellowship. The sermon, “Who Deserves to Live?”, will look at the topics of abortion, capital punishment, refugee status and scarce medical resources to discuss how we are called by our universalist faith to answer this question.

The service will be held in the Bay Hill Room at Arrowwood Resort and Conference Center. Coffee begins at 10:30 a.m. with the service at 11 a.m. For those that want to share a meal together after our fellowship, we will participate in Minerva’s brunch service. Visitors are always welcome, and those who wish to attend via Zoom can request an invitation with the Contact Us link on the Fellowship Website .

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