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14. Service Week - 3/7/21
Please join us Sunday March 7th at 11am ET for
By John Snodgrass
Description: In this dark, cold winter we nest in our homes and wonder what may hatch in spring. I this service we'll be considering the egg as a symbol of life's potential, and its appearances in some ancient creation stories.
John Snodgrass is a teacher and writer, a former resident of Western North Carolina, he currently lives with his wife and their four children in Buffalo NY.
Service Leader: Mike Holland
Special Musician: Penny Brewster
Storyteller: Diana Fraser
Media: Gene Brown, Mike Holland
- March 14 - Freeman Owle, Cherokee Storyteller
- March 21 - Rev. Dianna Ritolla
- March 28 - Friction Farm
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March 21st - Marge Abel
March 22nd - Mary Teslow
March 30th - John (Tykie) Mason
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1: Tech training will be conducted on Tuesday, March 2nd and Thursday March, 4th. Time slots are available starting at 10am, and the last time slot ends at 4pm. Signup at: https://signup.com/go/
Meeting ID: 873 5159 4807
We will be starting another book reading and discussion. The book is entitled: On Tyranny by Timothy Snyder. It is available at our NC library, online ordering and a free pdf version is available at: https://www.pdfdrive.com/on-tyranny-twenty-lessons-from-the-twentieth-century-e184197413.html. We envision it will take a week for us to get the book and a week to read enough of the book to start discussion, so we hope to have our first discussion around March 20th. If you want to participate in this read/discuss, please let us know and also your thoughts about the timing, scheduling and what our topics should be included in the first discussion. SandiDonn2@yahoo.com.