KELSEYVILLE, Calif. – The service at the Unitarian Universalist Community of Lake County (UUCLC) on Sunday, Aug. 24, is entitled, “God and a Fish – A True Story.”
The service begins at 11 a.m. at the church, located at 3810 Main S. in Kelseyville.
Guests are welcome.
The service will be presented by UUCLC member Peter Windrem, who is the chairperson of the Chi Council for the Clear Lake Hitch.
Windrem will deliver a sermon that gives information on the hitch and discusses the religious dimensions of saving the hitch.
The hitch, an ancient, native fish of Clear Lake, is threatened with extinction.
Local government, tribes, community organizations and individuals have organized to save the hitch.
Recently, the California Fish and Game Commission classified the hitch as a species threatened with extinction.
Using humor and facts, Windrem will show the connection between the issues facing the hitch and the larger issue of protecting the interconnected web of life.