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The Covid-19 pandemic has not taken away our need to remember and honor our loved ones. You are warmly invited to view an online interfaith community gathering to grieve our loved ones and honor their memories.

Virtual Service of Remembrance

On Sunday, September 13, we shared music, prayers and messages from a variety of spiritual traditions.

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 Introductory Music
“Appalachian Melody” (Traditional)
“True Colors” by Billy Steinberg & Tom Kelly
Violin: Eliza Welch, Spiritual Support Counselor
Guitar: Phil Rountree, Spiritual Support Counselor

Speaker: Kitty Whitaker, CEO, HBTB

Ritual Opening
Speaker: Marshall White, Spiritual Services Manager

“Keep Me In Your Heart” by Warren Zevon
Violin: Eliza Welch; Guitar: Phil Rountree

Candle-Lighting Ceremony
Speakers: Kathleen Carroll, Bob Jansen, , Fr. Ehinack Benedict, Grace Song
Spiritual Support Counselors

Speaker: Kathryn Stark, Spiritual Support Counselor

Ringing of Bell/Moment of Silence
Speaker: Marshall White, Spiritual Services Manager

Flower Ritual
Speaker: Kathleen Carroll
Participants: Grace Song, Fr. Ehinack Benedict, Bob Jansen,
Kathleen Carroll, Marshall White, Jennifer Christian
Music: Walking Each Other Home” by Ram Dass and Kate Munger
Sung by: Marin Threshold Choir

Ritual Closing/Benediction
“We Remember Them” (Jewish Prayer) arranged by Sylvan Kamens and Jack Riemer
Speaker: Kathleen Carroll, Spiritual Support Counselor
Refrain: Bob Jansen (Spanish), Fr.Ehinack Benedict (French), Grace Song (Mandarin)

Closing Remarks
Speaker: Marshall White, Spiritual Services Manager

“Question” by Justin Hayward
Violin: Eliza Welch; Guitar: Phil Rountree

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