Sunday, December 22, 2002

Christmas in the Southwest

Performed by the CUCC Choir December 22, 2002
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Christmas Music from the Southwest (19:36)
Additional music from worship on Dec. 22, 2002 (6:12)

Sunday, December 15, 2002

Photos from the period 1986-2002

These are photos that turned up in an old shoe box in the back closet of Pilgrim House, buried beneath a stack of other unsorted miscellany. They date from around 1986 to roughly 2002. Many were used on church bulletin boards before being tossed into the box.

Photos from 1986-2002

Tuesday, July 2, 2002

Paul Marsh

Paul Marsh obituary from the News & Observer, July 2, 2002

Sunday, June 2, 2002

Rutter Requiem

Performed by CUCC Choir June 2, 2002.
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John Rutter Requiem (29:09)
Introit (0:33)
Benediction (1:01) Use this player to play all the tracks below:

Friday, April 19, 2002

Did You Ever Know a Bird?

Before I formed you in the womb,
I knew you... -- Jeremiah 1:5

by Lavon Page, April 19, 2002

Have you ever known a bird? I don't mean do you know about "birds". Or even do you know about a specific kind of bird. I'm asking if you've ever known a unique, individual bird. Not a parakeet or some caged bird, but a wild bird free to come and go as it pleases.

This is the story of Pinky.

Wednesday, February 13, 2002

Isabella Cannon

Isabella McLean Bett Walton Cannon (May 12, 1904 - February 13, 2002) was the first female mayor of a capital city in the United States.[1] At the age of 73, she defeated the incumbent Mayor of Raleigh, Jyles Coggins, during the election of 1977. Known as “the little old lady in tennis shoes,” she served one term as mayor of Raleigh until 1979. Isabella Cannon died at the age of 97 on February 13, 2002.

Sunday, January 20, 2002

MLK's "I Have a Dream" read by Geri Bowen

The famous Martin Luther King speech as read by Geri Bowen for the Community UCC worship service on January 20, 2002.

Geri Bowen reads the "I Have A Dream" speech of Martin Luther King (31:10)