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TUESDAYS FOR NURTURE
In this presentation from January 2022, our board members talk with Tracy Howe of the national UCC about the challenges of planning worship and learning new technologies during the pandemic and how bonds between clergy and musicians can be sustained. Keith Hampton starts things off with a rendition of "Kumbaya."
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from the Mill House
Rev. Dr. Peter Stickney's monthly insights come from his home in rural Maine. Keep up with his commentary on his Epiphanies blog page or just click on Epiphanies in the main menu. UCCMA members are welcome to respond with comments.
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