Unitarian Universalists meet Jan. 23

Published 4:31 pm Wednesday, January 19, 2011

The Unitarian Universalist Fellowship will meet at the Tryon Youth Center on Hwy. 176 N. at 10:30 a.m. on Sunday, Jan. 23.

The Reverend Don Burger and his wife, Deb, will present a sermon titled “Living in the Moment; Seeding the Future.” The songs “When I’m Gone” (Phil Ochs), “Sit and Crochet” (Deb Burger) and “The Time Left to Me” (Don Burger) will be sung as part of the sermon.

The service’s message builds from a song called “It’s Fashioned in Clay” by Bob Franke, a song writer with whom Don studied years ago.

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The Burgers will develop the theme of the service through a series of songs and stories describing the concept of seeding the future and its applications in everyday life. The goal of the service is that we each approach our daily interactions with spiritual intention.

Reverend Burger teaches mountain dulcimer, musical composition and plays in several string bands. Deb is a writer, crochet artist and home school teacher.

Come early for refreshments and fellowship. For information call 828-894-5776.