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Amaiya and Kai’Lyn Washington performing an interpretive dance of R. Kelly’s “The World’s Greatest”
A women’s quartet comprised of Yvonne Riesen, Yoko Nogami, Grace Lewis, and Claire Stiles, singing “God Who Touchest Earth”
Rev. Wells presenting Children’s Time, assisted by physics teacher husband, Jeff Wells.
Photos by Susan Sherwood, Yoko Nogami, Claire Stiles, Lucille Ruga, and Roxanne McGlashan
Zach Blair-Andrews and his dad, Jim Andrews, provided special music last Sunday with their performance of “Spirit, Spirit of Gentleness.” It was excellent. Listen to their performance using the player below or click HERE if your device doesn’t support the player.
Zoe Blair-Andrews and Olivia Gibson
Zoe Blair-Andrews and Olivia Gibson Presentation–National Youth Event (podcast)
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The presentation begins with a scripture reading by Olivia, followed by event reports by Zoe and then Olivia, concluding with a responsorial prayer lead by Zoe.
Depending on its length, sometimes it takes a long time for the podcast to load.
Zoe and Olivia are having a great time at the National Youth Event. They will share their experiences this Sunday morning during the service!
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At this morning’s service there was a poem-prayer by the author, Phil Porter: “Like a Thousand Red Birds.”
In anticipation of this poem-prayer, the Church School youth, under the direction of Melanie Moore, created decorations for the church (pictured above) of red birds in a mural, cutouts, and many tiny stone bird sculptures.