Light the Chalice

Season III, Episode 10: Absence of Violence

April 29, 2021 Friendship Fellowship Season 3 Episode 10
Light the Chalice
Season III, Episode 10: Absence of Violence
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Light the Chalice
Season III, Episode 10: Absence of Violence
Apr 29, 2021 Season 3 Episode 10
Friendship Fellowship

Thomas Merton said, "The fabric of society is not finished. It is still on the loom."

Chalice Lighting Words by the Rev. David Breeden, Read by Adam Byrn Tritt
Music Sonata Rondo Op. 36, #6 by Clementi
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Message Reverend Amy Kindred
Song  Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, Words by Robert Robinson (adapted) and Eugene B. Navias, Music by John Wyeth (Located in Singing the Living Tradition, Copyright 1993 Unitarian Universalist Association)
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Vocals Stephen Downen, Lisa Harrington
Closing Words by Gandhi, Read by Amy Rosebush
Audio Technician Art Brosius, Lisa Harrington, Adam Byrn Tritt

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With Gratitude Always,
The Friendship Fellowship Family

 
"Who we are and what we do increases love, justice and respect 
among ourselves and in the wider world."

Show Notes

Thomas Merton said, "The fabric of society is not finished. It is still on the loom."

Chalice Lighting Words by the Rev. David Breeden, Read by Adam Byrn Tritt
Music Sonata Rondo Op. 36, #6 by Clementi
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Message Reverend Amy Kindred
Song  Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, Words by Robert Robinson (adapted) and Eugene B. Navias, Music by John Wyeth (Located in Singing the Living Tradition, Copyright 1993 Unitarian Universalist Association)
Keyboard Amy Rosebush
Vocals Stephen Downen, Lisa Harrington
Closing Words by Gandhi, Read by Amy Rosebush
Audio Technician Art Brosius, Lisa Harrington, Adam Byrn Tritt

Dear Listener,

Has our podcast been of help to you?
Go to uuffpspacecoast.org and
show us some love by donating online.

With Gratitude Always,
The Friendship Fellowship Family

 
"Who we are and what we do increases love, justice and respect 
among ourselves and in the wider world."