This message, the sermon Rev. Clarke delivered on the first official Sunday of the UUFDC, is about our Unitarian Universalist heritage and the freedom and love that bring us together. Alan Kopischke will read this sermon honoring the UU minister who helped begin and found our beloved UUFDC. This sermon and many others were compiled and published by UUFDC in a book titled “Under the Same Sky” to honor and thank Bob for his help and guidance. Under the Same Sky is also the theme for our 20th Anniversary year.
Alan Kopischke is an arts and communication consultant and professional actor who has lived in Door County for more than eight years. He developed and produced The Big Read Door County for several years before turning it over to the Door County Library where it continues as Door County Reads. He has worked with Peninsula Players and Birch Creek, acted with Peninsula Players and Third Avenue Playhouse, and consulted with dozens of arts organizations around Wisconsin. He is executive director of the new Door Kinetic Arts Festival to be launched in June at Bjorklunden and will appear in A Walk in the Woods at Third Avenue Playhouse March 30 – April 17. He has appeared professionally on film and television and has spoken at conferences and at UU churches around the country. A UU since 2002, Alan and his family joined UUFDC in 2007.