The speaker at our service this Sunday, March 15, will be Allison Iantosca, whose topic is “The Journey of a Square Peg in a World of Round Holes.”
Allison will share stories of her path through life: never quite fitting in, or perhaps just resisting being “typical.” From farm girl to a theater major at a performing arts high school; from a stint on the West Coast, auditioning and performing (a.k.a. waiting tables), to the helm of a successful $20 million general contracting business. Along the path there was never a perfect fit, yet there was much to be learned, people to be loved, and choices to be made.
Still a square peg, she is beginning to reshape the round holes to fit and accept a bit of squareness, discovering ways to soulfully manage her building business, and to share her experiences with others through her writing. Let us explore how we can bring our authentic stories and selves to bear on our passions and vocations.
The service leader is Jennifer Revill.
The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by coffee and fellowship at about 11:30. Religious education classes are offered, and visitors are always welcome.