Please join us for First Unity Church’s August 22, 2021 Sunday Service at 10:30 a.m. This week’s message is from Rev. Le Remington and is entitled “When Yes Sometimes Seems Like No.”
You can livestream the service through the following direct link: https://youtu.be/wpOpVpn2V5I
On Sunday afternoon, the link above will take you to the recording of the service. You can also watch the service from one of the links below:
Blessings, Love and Light to All!
Order of Service — August 22, 2021
- Welcome Through Music — Kim Fuller, vocalist and Carolbeth True, pianist
- Announcements — Hope Dodson
- Daily Word — Paul Henley, Prayer Chaplain
- Congregational Hymn — “Let’s Be”
- Message- When ‘Yes’ Sometimes Seems Like ‘No’ — Rev. Le Remington
- There is only one Presence and one Power in the universe and at work in my life, God the Good, omnipotent.
- Meditation — Rev. Le Remington
- Worship Through Music — Kim Fuller accompanied by Carolbeth True
- Blessing of Offering — Hope Dodson
- Congregational Hymn — “The Greatest Thing”
- Closing — Prayer for Protection
- Musical Ending — Kim Fuller accompanied by Carolbeth True
Kim Fuller and Carolbeth True Are Our Featured Musicians for Sunday, August 22, 2021
Kim Fuller — Vocals
Kim Fuller has been performing for decades in the St. Louis area. She began singing at age 5 in the Angel Choir at church. Over the years she has sung a variety of music genres. She has served as an opening act for the Jazz Crusaders, Randy Lewis, Pieces of a Dream, The Neville Brothers and countless others. She is a member of ‘The Jazz Story’, a group that promotes Jazz Education to grades K thru 12.
Kim is also a member of Oikos, a Jazz group that uses jazz as a catalyst to promote the gospel. She frequently performs around the St. Louis area with a plethora of talented musicians.
Carolbeth True is perhaps the most significant St. Louis jazz pianist of the past 30 years. She is well-known in the St. Louis area as a performer and music educator.
She is adjunct music faculty at Webster University and also has an extensive private piano studio. Carolbeth performs with Two Times True with her son Dave on drums; the Carolbeth Trio; the Oikos Ensemble; Wind of the Spirit Praise Band, and is an original cast member of “The Jazz Story”, the first educational program presented by The Sheldon. Her trio enjoyed extended runs at both the Adam’s Mark Hotel and Jazz at the Bistro. She has been the pianist with Variety Children’s Theatre for nine years, and the All-State Vocal Jazz Ensemble for seven years.
Her awards include “Excellence in the Arts” from the Arts and Education Council; Riverfront Times and St. Louis Magazine Best Jazz Artist among others. Carolbeth is heard on many CDs, most recently “True Christmas” with Two Times True.