Sunday, November 20, 2016
University United Methodist Church
ASL Interpreter: Aimee Rae Kraus, Pagan
Pre-ceremony music: Rev Jim Mosher, Harp (Coven Ancora Imparo, Wicca)
Welcome: John Christensen, President of Interfaith of Topeka (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints)
Invocation: Jay Henderson, University United Methodist Church
Congregational Song: “We Gather Together”, Christian hymn of Dutch origin written in 1597 by Adrianus Valerius as “Wilt heden nu treden” to celebrate the Dutch victory over Spanish forces in the Battle of Turnhout. English translation by Theodore Baker, 1894.
Speaker: Rev. Tobias Schlingensiepen, First Congregational Church
Music: Temple Beth Shalom Choir
Oseh shalom bimromav, hu yaaseh shalom aleinu, v’al kol Yisrael, v”imru. Amein.
May the One who makes peace in the high heavens make peace for us, all Israel, and let us say Amen.
Meditation: Rebecca Otte, Prairyerth
“What is Zen”
Speaker: Dona Booe
Kansas Children’s Service League
Music: The Men’s Ensemble of St. John
(Psalm 133:1) Words and Music by
Arranged by Rev. Freddie Washington.
Speaker: Justin Brokar
Helping Hands Humane Society
Music: Quartet from Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
“Where Can I Turn for Peace?”
by Emma Lou Thane
Speaker: Jim McCullough
Topeka Center for Peace and Justice
Speaker: Sheriff Herman Jones
Shawnee County Sheriff’s Dept.
Music: Unity Church of Christianity Choir
“This Land is Your Land”
Speaker: Chrissy Russell, Valeo Behavioral Health Care: Topeka Crisis Intervention Team’s Mobile Response Unit
Musical Interlude: Rev Jim Mosher, Harp (Coven Ancora Imparo, Wicca)
Sending Forth: Drum Circle, Standing Bear Inter-tribal Brotherhood
Please join us for a reception following the service
Moving Forward Together — Program