September 27, 2020

Rev. Doretta Colburn 

“The Practice of Humility”

An Arm Chair Sermon

 “True humility is not thinking less of yourself; it is thinking of yourself less.” ― Rick Warren

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Prayer:
Banner:  Jean Struck
Ted Nixon, Reader
George Wiese, Organist
Jane Morse, Singer
HOMEWARD BOUND by Giles Tompkins.

September 20, 2020

Rev. Doretta Colburn 

“The Freedom in Generosity”

An Arm Chair Sermon

Embroidered Flowers
Prayer:

 “Your greatness is not what you have, it’s what you give.” — Alice Hocker

Al Struck, Reader
George Wiese, Organist
Teach me
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Singers:

Jean Struck

Diane Morse Leonard

Jane Morse

Ginny Raymond

Myra Maltby

Ted Nixon

Denny Raymond

Del Leonard

Piano:

Kay Leslie

Dodi Wait, photo

September 13, 2020

Rev. Doretta Colburn 

“A Life of Harmony”

An Arm Chair Sermon

 “In diversity there is beauty and there is strength.” Maya Angelou
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Prayer:

Thank you, Al Struck for this photo

of the Alter with Jeans' new Fall banner...!

George Wiese: Organist
Stef Michaud: Reader
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God Speak

Sopranos

  Jean Struck

  Dianne Morse Leonard

Altos

  Jane Morse

  Myra Maltby

  Ginny Raymod

Tenors

  Ted Nixon

  Denny RAymond

Bases

  Al Struck

  Del Leonard

Piano

  Kay Leslie

Darylann Leonard, photo

September 6, 2020

Rev. Doretta Colburn 

“The Better Way”

An Arm Chair Sermon

“Love is the most durable power in the world.” Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Candles

Prayer:

Denny Raymond: Reader
George Wiese: Musician
WCC Chorus singing: Take My Life and Let it be...
  Take my love,
and help it grow...

Kay Leslie: Musician

 Diane Morse Leonard: Soprano

Denny Raymond, Ted Nixon: Tenors

Myra Maltby, Jane Morse, Ginny Raymond: Altos

Del Leonard: Base

 Let my Loving 
 overflow....
Take My Life...
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