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Rich Mayfield gives first talk in two years

The Rev. Rich Mayfield, will give his first public address since his retirement in 2006 as head minister of the Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church.

The talk, at the Summit County Community and Senior Center on Sunday, July 6, at 5 p.m., is part of the regular service of HCUUF ” the High Country Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

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Rev. Mayfield’s talk is “A Case for Christian Atheism.”

The talk will be followed by a question and answer session, then a pot luck dinner to begin at 6:15 p.m. All events are open and free to the public.



Please bring to the potluck, if your last name begins with, A-C dessert, D-H salad, I-L bread/rice/potatoes, M-R meat main dish, S-Z veggie main dish.

HCUUF will provide tea, decaf, juice and wine. Call the HCUUF office at (970) 262-0539 if you need more information.

Justin Stephens, director of the Summit Chorale Society and organist with the Lord of the Mountains Church, will perform two pieces on the piano.


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