For a number of years, the Unity congregation has been attempting to solve the dilemma of how to serve those who have challenges using stairs – whether they are using a wheel chair, a walker or simply are having problems with their knees, hips, broken leg etc.
The focus group included Lora Bruder, John Kusak, Stacey Ames, Phyllis Jolly, Rick Jolly, Ireaby Jolly, Sue Winklestern, Jeff English, Nancy Jaehn, Deborah Pennington, as well as the facilities team of Nan Podany, Lucille Olson, Kay Batterson, Dan Maynard, Nancy Cody, Deborah Otis, Val Jedrzejaski (absent: Dave Otis) Contents. Freedom: a building that supports the ministry in serving our congregation and our larger community in doing those things we are inspired to do – e.g. A., scouts and other community groups, freedom to have more than one activity happening at the same time without interfering with other activities.
25 Last fall, I was conducting a Celebration of Life Service at USCL.
Integrity: a building that allows us to be a powerful force for good in our neighborhood with well-maintained, clean, neat appearance, fitting into the neighborhood, respectful of property around us.
But what topped things off is the fact that she had taken his Chicago Bulls long sleeve shirt and put it on and wrapped up in it. He was so confused and scared at what he was seeing that he instinctively THREW the water all over her in the bed.
She then jumped up screaming at his ass, asking him what the F*^K his problem is, and he stood there shocked that he actually threw the water on her, and even more horrified as she started to wrap her weave up in ANOTHER one of his shirts.