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LarryVF

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Hello.      I have been out of touch with the ULC membership for years.   

I have continued to do my own thing. I prefer one-on-one pastorship.  

  •     Ordained Aug 14, 2004,  I have lost my originial name and membership to the HQ site.     
  •     I have returned to the seminary site and applied for the Chaplaincy program earlier this week.   I haven't heard back anything.
  •     I am disabled, and I do daily Volunteer work for the American Red Cross.     I'm desiring highly to make use of my ULC ordination with their             Disaster spiritual Assistance job title which one must be a Chaplain.

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amy hasn't been around seminary for a long time.

 

i know you can still get the chaplin course,but you have to go to the book store to get it.

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21 hours ago, mark 45 said:

amy hasn't been around seminary for a long time.

 

i know you can still get the chaplin course,but you have to go to the book store to get it.

What's up with that? Just curious.

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On 12/18/2019 at 3:53 PM, mark 45 said:

amy hasn't been around seminary for a long time.

 

i know you can still get the chaplin course,but you have to go to the book store to get it.

Yes, I know about some of that concerning Amy.    

Yes, I have enrolled in the Chaplain course.  I have not been able to gain access to any of the seminary forum sections.

 I do appreciate the welcome backs.     Sometimes it's best to take a break before one burns themselves out as I did already once.

 

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keep in mind that seminary(like here)is not a secured site.i can still get in there by way of:

 

ulcseminary.org/forum

it is still there,just not active.

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So, what's been happening with the various sites? I see there was a bit of a merger in the stores of here and the seminary, and hq still seems...where it's been do while.

 

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I have almost completed the Chaplaincy Program since I returned.  All I have left is for them to evaluate me and do the Final Program essay and the Volunteer 45 hours.   

 

I also Submitted a Congregational Application to start a Church in  my Home town Back in February.    Had a hiccup for awhile , but they've told me it's on the way now.   NewberryULC in Newberry, South Carolina. Smack in the Bible Belt.   Congregation has 12 members and 5 board members.   We meet in my home for now, until we decide on a Building, or Meeting Tent  or whatever the future presents us with.

 

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4 hours ago, LarryVF said:

I have almost completed the Chaplaincy Program since I returned.  All I have left is for them to evaluate me and do the Final Program essay and the Volunteer 45 hours.   

 

I also Submitted a Congregational Application to start a Church in  my Home town Back in February.    Had a hiccup for awhile , but they've told me it's on the way now.   NewberryULC in Newberry, South Carolina. Smack in the Bible Belt.   Congregation has 12 members and 5 board members.   We meet in my home for now, until we decide on a Building, or Meeting Tent  or whatever the future presents us with.

 

Good for you. Wish you well on whatever your plans turn out to be. Peace and blessings.

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Yesterday, 21 May, 2020,   I got in the Congregational Certificate.  Newberry ULC (62924) , Newberry, S.C.   

Day before that, 20 May, 2020  I got in my Master of Ministry.  and I think I've now earned my Doctorate of Ministry; but I'm waiting to hear on that one.

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