Sunday, December 8, 2019

Featured Volunteer: Linda Thomason


Linda Thomason has offered her gifts of service for nearly all of the two decades she has been a member. Even when the Center was back at the LBC, she helped with bookstore operations there. She has served on the Board of Trustees, the Stewardship Committee and enjoys assisting at events and special projects when they arise. Her monthly bookstore service is a joyful way to meet people and help them select unique gifts or find books that they need.

She says that being in service is a privilege and is very gratifying every time she offers herself. Her warm smile and kindness brings that same gratification to all of us.

Sunday, December 1, 2019

Featured Volunteer: Ken McCauley

Ken McCauley has served as Treasurer on the Board of Trustees and as a longtime volunteer member of the Stewardship Team, seeing to the financial integrity of our Center. 

Ken says about sacred service, “Many years ago, I learned that service is its own reward. Ever since, I love working with a team and offering my time and talent to a common good. In doing so, I feel I am a part of a community; I am a part of our beloved Center. I belong.” 

Thank you, Ken, for your gracious and meticulous care of our Center and for sharing your wisdom about one of our pillars of spiritual practice.

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Featured Volunteer: Peggy Weber

Whether in person or on the telephone, Practitioner Peggy Weber loves to pray with you. She serves in the Heart and Hand Ministry making hospital and home visits or phone calls to be a healing presence in your life. She co-facilitates the Grief and Loss Group as well as the Full Circle group. The Education Ministry also benefits from her able assistance in both enrichment and accredited classes. Peggy says that in addition to deepening her spiritual practices through the services she gives, she is paying forward the love that is given to her.

Sunday, November 17, 2019

Featured Volunteer: Norma Miller

Norma has been a welcoming presence as usher for 30 years. Her warmth and graciousness have greeted many a congregant and helped create that feeling of “being home.”

She has run the Seniors-in-Spirit group for 15 years, took a stint at the front desk for a while, and served former Music Director Linda Webb Khakaba as organizer and friend. 

Norma loves the many rewards that sharing and being in service have brought her.

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