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October 21 - Tom Coye:  A Way of Life

Tom will reflect on how we can live with meaningful values in a world that does not seem, at present, to treasure service, compassion or the building of community.

Tom Coye attended Cornell University and graduated in 1970 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science. In 1973, he received his Master of Divinity degree from Princeton Theological Seminary and was ordained to the ministry. In 1983, he received the Doctor of Ministry degree from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. His pastorates include: Roessleville United Presbyterian Church, Albany, NY; St. Andrews Presbyterian Church, Sanford, NC; and St. Andrews Presbyterian Church in Kilmarnock. Though he has recently retired from full time church service, he continues to serve various community ministries, most notably Linking Hope and Help, Inc. His enduring theme of ministry is the importance of service to God and people.

Rev. Andrew Millard

October 28 - Rev. Andrew Millard:  Onward and Upward

For generations, our Universalist and Unitarian ancestors-in-faith sought to grow the Beloved Community by fostering “the continuity of human development in all worlds, or, the progress of humanity onward and upward forever.” And yet, we know that progress is never linear, that there are always set-backs and disappointments along the way. How do we temper our optimism while still striving for a better world?

Rev. Andrew Millard has served the mission of the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of the Peninsula (in Newport News, Virginia) as minister since 2010. Born and raised in England, he came to the United States for graduate school in physics; some years later he joined the Sierra Club, the Institute on Religion in an Age of Science, the World Pantheist Movement and the Unitarian Society of Hartford (in that order). He went back to school at Hartford Seminary before transferring to the Iliff School of Theology in Denver. Andrew lives in Yorktown with Allison, their daughter and their furry family.

 

Assisted Listening Devices Available.

For anyone who might benefit from using an assisted listening device in our services, excellent equipment is available. Both a ceiling mike and a wireless mike provide a good pickup that is sent wirelessly to these devices. See Tom Kinney, Bob Weekley, or Don Lowrey to try one.


Participation and sharing . . . are the strengths of our fellowship.
Are you thinking about a talk to share with us? Do you know of a program you would like to bring to us?
Our Program Committee can help you put together and organize a Sunday service.
Contact Shirley Kinney -- Program Chair