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Published: 3/19/2013 - Updated: 1 year ago


The Very Reverend Dr. Alan Jones at Sylvania UCC

The Very Reverend Dr. Alan Jones spoke at Sylvania United Church of Christ March 16-17 as part of the Bill Chidester Lecture Series. Jones is Dean Emeritus at the Episcopal Grace Cathedral in San Francisco. His Saturday lecture touched on the struggle between individualism and the common good. On Sunday he answered questions during the church's 9:20 education hour, and then preached at the 10:40 worship service. His sermon audio is available at http://sylvaniaucc.org/sermon_display.php?ID=375. The church will have a wrap-up discussion about his visit Sunday, March 24, at the 9:20 education hour between worship services. All are welcome to attend. Copies of his book The Soul's Journey: Exploring the Spiritual Life with Dante as Guide are available for purchase in the church office for $14.95. The office is open M-F, 9-3. The next speaker in the lecture series is Diana Butler Bass, September 21-22. Visit the lecture series webpage at http://www.sylvaniaucc.org/nurture_chidester.html for more information and to sign up for an email reminder before the next speaker.

Sylvania UCC Associate Pastor Luke Lindon with Alan Jones Enlarge Sylvania UCC Associate Pastor Luke Lindon with Alan Jones
From left: Sylvania UCC pastors Sam Buehrer and Luke Lindon with Alan Jones Enlarge From left: Sylvania UCC pastors Sam Buehrer and Luke Lindon with Alan Jones
From left: Phyllis Palmer, Barb Eikhost, Alan Jones and Al Palmer Enlarge From left: Phyllis Palmer, Barb Eikhost, Alan Jones and Al Palmer
Alan Jones talks with Sylvania UCC Senior Pastor Sam Buehrer. Enlarge Alan Jones talks with Sylvania UCC Senior Pastor Sam Buehrer.
Alan Jones answers questions during the lecture on March 16. Enlarge Alan Jones answers questions during the lecture on March 16.
Alan Jones preaches at the 10:40 worship service on March 17. Enlarge Alan Jones preaches at the 10:40 worship service on March 17.


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