7 - 8:15 p.m.
Lawn North of Old Main (Bradley Theater, if inclement weather; masks required if indoors)
"Is God Real? Why Does it Matter?"
An inspirational evening of experiences, songs, interactions and dialog for Confirmation-age youth, teachers and mentors.
Presented by: Bryan Sirchio and Jacob Nault
Bryan Sirchio is an ordained UCC minister, singer, songwriter and author who uses his life experiences and musical gifts to show how God's love is available to everyone.
Jacob Nault is a singer, songwriter, pianist, public speaker and Lakeland University graduate. He utilizes music as an important form of ministry and disability advocacy, drawing from his own lived experience with cerebral palsy. He shares his music and speaks in schools, churches and other events, including work in the United Church of Christ, PCUSA, and United Methodist Church. He is a recent graduate of Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis, and is working towards ordained ministry in the United Church of Christ. In addition to congregational ministry, Jacob sees sharing original music for the Progressive Christian Movement as an important part of his vocation.
Thank you to the Northeast Association of the Wisconsin UCC for funding this annual event offered by Lakeland University’s Ulrich Center for Faith, Ethics & Justice.