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Diana Jamison

October 2 - Diana Jamison:  My SoulCollage® Journey

SoulCollage® is a process for accessing your intuition and creating an incredible deck of cards with deep personal meaning that will help you with life's questions and transitions.

Diana is a member, sometimes singer, cabaret planner, star fish project designer of UUFR-VA, She is a prize winning artist, workshop instructor and serves as Social Committee Chair at the Rappahannock Art League. Diana also serves on the board of the Bay Center for Spiritual Development. As an LCSW, Diana works as a psychotherapist in Kilmarnock, VA. Most recently, Diana has become a SoulCollage® facilitator.

Eddie Correia

October 9 - Eddie Correia:  Life After Death

Most major religions, e.g., Christianity, Islam, Judaism, and Hinduism, include the idea of life after death in their belief systems. What is life after death, and why do most people in the world believe in it?

Eddie is a Washington, D.C. attorney and a university professor. Eddie has worked for the Senate Judiciary Committee and served in the Clinton Administration as Special Counsel to the President for Civil Rights in the White House. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. He is the author of The Uncertain Believer: Reconciling God And Science, Teaching Your Child About God In A Scientific World, and two novels, The George Washington Constellation and Elysia.

 

October 16 - Lois Williams:  Churches of My Childhood

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Lois, a resident for three years at Rappahannock Westminster-Canterbury (RW-C), has a full plate of history projects. She sponsored the historical highway marker, “69 Slaves Escape the Freedom,” (dedication: October 1, 10:15 a.m., Marker site along Route 3 near Lancaster County end of Norris Bridge). She also is preparing an exhibit, “Fishing Village at the Isles of Shoals,” at Star Island, off Portsmouth, NH.” Her article, “The Pittstown Union Sunday School,” in a small historical society newsletter in NJ led to this talk.

October 23 - Tom Coye:  Linking Hope and Help: Faith at Work

Join Tom as he explores what The Link is, how it works and the values that under-gird it.

Tom Coye attended Cornell University and graduated with a BS degree in Animal Science. He received his Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and was ordained to the ministry in 1973. In 1983, he received the Doctor of Ministry degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. After 15 years of at two Presbyterian churches in New York and North Carolina, he was the pastor at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Kilmarnock from 1988 to 2016. Though he has recently retired from full time church service, he continues to serve various community ministries, most notably Linking Hope and Help, Inc. His enduring theme of ministry is the importance of service to God and people. Tom's range of hobbies include music of all kinds, movies, fitness activities (especially hiking), and computers.

Assisted Listening Devices Available.

For anyone who might benefit from using an assisted listening device in our services, excellent equipment is available. Both a ceiling mike and a wireless mike provide a good pickup that is sent wirelessly to these devices. See Tom Kinney, Bob Weekley, or Don Lowrey to try one.


Participation and sharing . . . are the strengths of our fellowship.
Are you thinking about a talk to share with us? Do you know of a program you would like to bring to us?
Our Program Committee can help you put together and organize a Sunday service.
Contact Shirley Kinney -- Program Chair