In preparation for the Spring Congregational Meeting, there will be two Town Halls on May 8 and May 15 at 11:00AM. They will be in-person and on YouTube simultaneously. These are an opportunity to ask questions, get clarification, and raise any concerns about items to be voted on. You will also hear from the Board of Trustee candidates themselves on the importance of leadership as we all work to reground our community post-pandemic. YouTube links will be published in the eblasts.
At the Spring Congregational Meeting, members will vote on Board of Trustees and the 2022-2023 Share the Plate Recipients. We will also hear updates from key church leaders: Board of Trustees, Program Council, Minister, and Director of Religious Growth and Learning. Zoom links for the meeting will be sent out in the
eblasts the week prior to the meeting. You will find the agenda and all related documents on the governance page of the website.
This month will see the return of a special event that first happened nearly three years ago! It is with great excitement that on May 19 Oscar, the A Street Band, and our affiliated minister Rev. Kimberley Debus will present a progressive tent revival - old school faith meets modern values.
I've spent my entire adult life as a working jazz musician. But, having been born in Kentucky, my early childhood was filled with those old-time hymns and bluegrass favorites. My grandmother used to take us up to the country
store in Williamsburg, Kentucky, where we could rifle through various thrifted items and hear the local bluegrass jam. Her radio was always turning out Johnny Cash, the Carter Family, Willie Nelson, Bill Monroe, Flatt & Scruggs, you name it. It's a part of my musical heritage that I hold very close.
I hope you'll join us out on the patio on May 19 at 7:00PM for what promises to be a very special evening. See you there!
All the best,
Bob Fuson DMA
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