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« Reply #90 on: January 11, 2018, 07:35:52 PM »
My wife and I attended fairly regularly from 1990 to 1994 after Rev. Hemstreet married us. We lived in Sunnyside during that time. Neither of us was involved with any committees during that time.

I really liked the quaint church building with the wooden rafters.

We really should mention at this time that Tim Berners Lee, inventor of the www, is a UU.

I no longer attended the church services in those years.  My dad the pigman was President of the congregation in the late 1950's, when he was climbing the corporate ladder.  It was good for his resume.  After returning from Brazil, I attended sporadically through the mid 70s when I went to college.  Since then, no organized religion for me, and I morphed into my own version of Panentheism.

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Glad you finally emerged from Lurkerville MK!  :icon_sunny:


I have to admit there was a time I aspired to be a "pigman". Thankfully I failed.

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