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The TVUUC Refugee Task Force Committee announces a Benefit Concert

Saturday, April 30, 2016, at 7:00pm

featuring Canadian Songwriter and Recording Artist, Kenny Munshaw.


 

All proceeds will be used to assist refugee families, as they settle in the Knoxville community.  Already, the TVUUC Refugee Task Force Committee, in conjunction with Bridge Refugee Services, is assisting two families from Burundi as they set up housekeeping and acclimate to living in the United States.


Kenny Munshaw is a native of Toronto and his commercial projects have included writing for  Justin Bieber and The Tenors, and collaborations with Marc Jordan.  He splits his time between Muskoka, Canada, and Savannah, Georgia, where he is a partner at Dollhouse Productions recording studio with NYC producer, Peter Mavrogeorgis.  Kenny is a frequent performer and advocate in various fundraising events in Canada and the US, including for Big Brothers/Big Sisters, Out of the Cold, and 60 Conversations in 60 Days.

Purchase Tickets


Ticket Pricing:
  • $15 in advance and $20 at the door
  • Senior Citizens and Students $12 in advance and $15 at the door

Tickets can be purchased using
the paypal link below.


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"Like Hell! Only Different"

 

One service: 11:00 am 04/24/2016

 
A treasurer for a Unitarian Universalist congregation once said, “When we gave up a belief in hell we got rid of a very good fundraising device.” So this Sunday we will borrow from the tradition of method acting and ask ourselves the question, “What’s my motivation?” as in “What’s our motivation to do good, to love one another, to be kind, just, generous and compassionate?” We will look at the Universalist side of our Unitarian Universalist tradition for some thoughts on proper motivation in life. We will also take a look at the wisdom of the Sufi tradition, a universalist mystical branch of Islam, that counsels that the spiritual life should not be grounded in either the fear of hell or the hope of heaven but in something completely different.



Service Leader: Rev. Chris Buice
 

 

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