Stage-Serious Cancer: Responding with Humor and Faith
Authors Jason Micheli, writer of Cancer is Funny: Keeping Faith in Stage-Serious Chemo, and Terri Tate, writer of A Crooked Smile: A Memoir, argue for cancer’s place on the list of things that are funny, as they present personal accounts in defense of disease as a fount of spiritual growth and necessary laughter. Join the Wesley Foundation at UVa in hosting these two for a time of Reading, Reflection, and Q&A.
Date: Saturday, March 25th
Location: McLeod Hall, 202 Jeanette Lancaster Way, Charlottesville, 22903
Free parking available underneath McLeod Hall in the parking garage
The Wesley Foundation at UVA, Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church, the Compassionate Care Initiative at the UVA School of Nursing, and the Emily Couric Clinical Cancer Center are partnering to sponsor this visit as part of the Virginia Festival of the Book and the Wesley Foundation at UVA McDonald Lecture Series. All events are free and open to the general public.
The Rev. Jason Micheli will also be preaching on Sunday, March 26th at 11am at Wesley Memorial United Methodist Church (1901 Thomson Road, 22903) and at 5pm at the Wesley Foundation at UVa (1908 Lewis Mountain Road, 22903).
Rev. Micheli is an ordained elder in the Virginia Conference, blogger at Tamed Cynic (tamedcynic.org), co-host of the Crackers and Grape Juice podcast, and author of Cancer is Funny: Keeping Faith in Stage-Serious Chemo. He is also a father and husband, a UVA grad, and an insightful theologian with a relentless hope and a biting sense of humor.