July 15th: Michael Eselun, Oncology Chaplain

Popular guest speaker and UCLA oncology chaplain Michael Eselun returns to PUC for a service designed to explore the relationship each of us have to our own personal narratives. Drawing on the experiences of patients he has met, Michael will instruct us on using stories to make spiritual sense of our lives.

July 22nd: Lisbeth Coiman, Author, Immigrant, Mental Health Activist

This bilingual author, who immigrated to the U.S. from Venezuela, will walk us through her personal journey coping with and negotiating her mental illness. Having performed every job from maid to college administrator, Lisbeth will challenge stereotypes of all kinds. Her books will be available after the service.

July 29th: Retired Psychology Professor Beverly Fridley

PUC’s own Beverly Fridley, is a professional therapist and author of the book, “Direct Your Life with Musical Thinking.” She will bring a sampling of some of the wisdom and techniques she has uncovered about how the power of music and a single life-directing word or phrase can change your life.