Dr. Laura Tomlin, who grew up in First Presbyterian Church and played at many of our Christmas Eve services through the years, will be a guest violinist in the Georgia College 2nd biennial “John and Margaret Terry Endowed Concert Series,” entitled “Songs and Sonnets.” You can see her on Friday, April 8, 2022, 7:30 p.m. in Russell Auditorium, 201 N. Clarke St. The concert is free and open to the public. Call the church office, 478-452-9394 or call the GC Music Department office, 478-445-8289, for more information. Below is a program for this concert.
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As we begin Pride Month, we witness to the divine origins of creation in all its wondrous diversity. The Gospel of John proclaims that not one thing came into being apart from the Son, that every human being is therefore a precious gift from God. We believe that no human being exists apart from God’s loving, creating hand. While many voices are raised in opposition to and condemnation of LGBTQIA+ people, we affirm the personhood of each individual, complete with and in their gender and sexual identity. We especially witness to the truth of trans individuals of all ages and affirm their right to live in the fullest expression of who God created them to be: one of the many and beautiful manifestation of divine imagination and will. We are committed to being a safe place for LGBTQIA+ persons. You are seen; you are loved; you are affirmed.
Signed this first day of June, 2023,
by the Session of the First Presbyterian Church of Milledgeville, GA
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