Part of what we have missed this last year is hearing each other's voices. There are plans in place now for Re-Entry. We will soon be able to gather to worship and for fellowship.
Click HERE to listen to an interview with Phyllis Conway that Judy Hart conducted in 2019.
To access the full list of interviews, click HERE.
"When you hear the word history, what comes to mind? Do you think about artifacts, wars, legislation, or dates? Does your mind go to movies, documentaries, or that class field trip to Colonial Williamsburg? Believe it or not, there are more avenues of history than listed above, and one that seems to get the shaft, at least in academic circles, is oral history. Oral history is the collection of history straight from the public, often represented through interviews, stories, folklore, and even songs. When one verbally explains events, daily life, or society as he or she sees it, history has been revealed for analysis."