Dynamic music duo Linda Larson and Bill Pelto wowed everyone at June 7th Sunday Service with their rendition of Comfort Me. View the video here.
Taz Kim is a female, twenty-year Air Force veteran who served in Afghanistan. She has devoted herself to serving veterans in the High Country through volunteerism and sweat equity, erasing apparent boundaries with her persistence, dedication, and humor.
Some notes from her presentation:
Sunday Service Notes - BUUF Kicks off Black History Month with ASU ProfesSor Karl Campbell - On 02022020!
Starting with a kids' story (and a story for adults, as well), Dr. Ray Christian vividly described a childhood experience about him, his dog, and a compassionate fellow human who happened to be white in a time when whites and blacks mixed very little. Dr. Christian continued on the theme of overcoming challenges throughout his life and how storytelling has provided him with a platform to share with others. Learn more about Dr. Christian on the ASU website and listen to his podcast.
Connie's Challenge to You! Seven Days of Gratitude
Here is my challenge to Boone UU for our Thanksgiving service next week. Each day for the next seven days, take a picture of something for which you are grateful. You may do one of several things: post your pictures to Facebook, on the Boone UU social events page, send them to me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or simply bring your phone or camera to the fellowship next week before the service and be prepared to share one or two of your pictures during the time when we share gratitudes in the service. If you don't make it to the magic 7, take as many pictures as you can. - Connie Green
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