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TimestampEmail AddressYour Preferred NameDate of Service at which you will speakBest Number at which to reach youTexting Number, if different from aboveMailing Address (for compensation, etc.)Sermon TitleQuote for front of Order of Service (if desired)Description of MessagePersonal/Biographical InformationIndicate your involvement with service elements [Opening Words]Indicate your involvement with service elements [Reading]Indicate your involvement with service elements [Closing Words/Benediction]Indicate your involvement with service elements [Select 2 Hymns]Your Full NameIndicate your involvement with service elements [Chalice Lighting]
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5/21/2019 14:17:21
james@jonandjames.com
James6/16/201950835369562221 59 St S.Becoming OurselvesWhat is it that keeps us from enjoying the freedom of be.ing our best selves?One man's journey from the Southern Baptist Church to self-realization and happpiness.James Mack was born in Memphis, Tennessee and raised Southern Baptist. In high school, he was president of the Bible Club. He went to a Southern Baptist University to become a preacher, but when he came out in his early 20’s he moved to New York City and began a career in men's fashion. Several years later, he moved to Cape Cod, opened a bed and breakfast, and discovered Unitarian Universalism. He met his future husband Jon Arterton in the UU choir there, and the two have been singing together ever since. For a decade he served as a chaplain with the UU Meeting House of Provincetown, performing weddings and commitment ceremonies. He and his husband now divide their time between St. Petersburg, Florida, and Brevard.I want to do thisI want to do thisI want to do thisI want to do thisJames Mack
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5/25/2019 16:16:2919195062@bellsouth.netPhillip6/9/2019404-313-20372377 Connestee Trail. Brevard 28712So You Want to Change The World!Our prime purpose in this life is to help others and if you can't help them at least don't hurt them! Dalai LamaWords that heal....Words that hurt!Phillip is a retired United Methodist Minister who gratefully served Saint Mark UMC in Atlanta for 23 years as Minister of Outreach and Pastoral Care. He also was a Chaplain at Emory University Hospital in Oncology, Pediduatrics and HIV/AIDS. He and his husband Rick and their rescue Schnauzer
(named Eleanor after Eleanor Roosevelt) one of their heros in life!
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6/11/2019 15:23:02carterdt@mailbox.sc.edu
Herr Doktor Professor--but Dan will do
6/30/2019577-0251
I'll just pick up the love offering after the service.
Moral Politics in an Immoral World: Abraham Lincoln and the Civil WarNothing discloses real character like the use of power. It is easy for the weak to be gentle. . . But if you wish to know what a man really is, give him power. This is the supreme test. Robert IngersollA strict code of morality seems incompatible with a democratic society since governance inevitably requires compromise. The conflict between morality and political expediency is never more starkly seen than during times of war when political leaders—given enormous power—can easily conclude that the ends justify any means in order to achieve victory over a hated and malignant enemy. More than any other President, Abraham Lincoln resisted this path as he searched for a moral foundation for his actions, a foundation that he variously described as “the Divine,” “Providence,” “the Creator,” God, or “God of the Universe.” His effort to balance what one theologian has called a “prophetic sense of ethical mission with a tragic sense of the uncertainties of political choices” is as relevant today as it was 160 years ago.A native of South Carolina, Dan Carter attended the University of South Carolina and received graduate degrees in history from the University of Wisconsin and the University of North Carolina. From 1967 until his retirement in 2009, he taught at the University of Maryland, Emory University and the University of South Carolina with visiting appointments at the University of Wisconsin, London’s Westminster University, the University of Genoa in Italy, England’s Cambridge University and the University of Richmond. The author and editor of seven books on American history, he has worked with more than a dozen documentary film-makers beginning in the early 1980s. He and his wife, Jane, became summer residents of Brevard, North Carolina in 1991 and full-time residents in 2007. They have attended UUTC for more than fifteen years.
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6/12/2019 14:50:46emily@havenoftc.orgEmily6/23/2019828-384-9018P.O. Box 25Homeless, A Look InsideHave you ever noticed that the only metaphor we have in our public discourse for solving problems is to declare war on it? We have the war on crime, the war on cancer, the war on drugs. But did you ever notice that we have no war on homelessness?Homeless is a topic that you may or may not be familiar with. It can happen to anyone, at any point in their life. Take a look inside and hear personal stories of the topic that most do not want to admit is closer to you than you think.Emily projects the calm assurance of someone who has dealt with greater adversity than today is likely to bring. She speaks reflectively about the path that brought her through a period of darkness that included homelessness to a successful career, an invitation to join The Haven Board, and now a calling to serve on its staff.I want to do this
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