You’re Invited to Christian Ministry Fair

You’re Invited to Christian Ministry Fair

Dear Church or Christian Ministry,

The Vermont Ecumenical Council, the largest network of Christian cooperation in the state, would like to invite you to participate in our very first Christian Ministry Fair on October 20th, 2018 at North Avenue Alliance Church, Burlington VT.   The event starts at 1PM and includes ministry presentations, speakers, live music, opportunities for networking and will conclude with a Christian concert starting at 4 PM featuring Elias Dummer, lead singer of The City Harmonic, Erik Michael and local favorite The Dwelling.  To get full exposure and time with participants, ministries are encouraged to stay through the end of the show around 6:30 PM.

Our goal for this event is to increase awareness and match participants with Christian ministries they would like to support.  Our hope is that bringing together Christian ministries will strengthen our network of Christian cooperation and enhance the ability for each ministry to reach out to the broader community.

Christian Ministries that participate in the ministry fair will also be registered as a member of the Vermont Ecumenical Council, Network of Christian Cooperation (VECNCC).  Benefits of VECNCC membership include access to our extensive network of Christian churches and organizations, the ability to post calendar events and articles to our website and newsletter, the opportunity to interact with members at council meetings and to encourage Christian cooperation in Vermont.  In addition to the membership benefits, registration provides table space at the ministry fair and entry for two participants.   Also included with registration, anyone participating in the ministry fair can stay for the closing Christian concert.

If you are a Church that has many ministries serving the community that you would like to share information for, you can register as a Church Membership, based on your size, and you’ll receive table space for these materials.

For more information and to register, please visit our website at www.vecncc.org.  Questions related to VECNCC membership should be directed to Ryan Boisvert at info@vecncc.org or 802-233-9603.  Questions related to the ministry fair should be directed towards Kenneth Puzey at 802-999-5748 or fair@vecncc.org.  All registrations should be submitted by September 30th,2018.

God Bless Your Ministry,
Vermont Ecumenical Council
Outreach Committee
www.vecncc.org

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Justice, Peace, and Equality

Justice, Peace, and Equality

On April 5th and 6th, over 300 people attended the Joan Chittister Play at St. Michael’s Recital Hall and at Trinity Episcopal Church in Shelburne. Teri Bays proclaimed the message of Justice, Peace and Equality, especially for women, loudly and clearly. The Winooski Peace Initiative, with the support of many community partners, sponsored the play.

Winooski is the most diverse community in Vermont in terms of income, country of origin, language, age, religion and gender. The Winooski Peace Initiative brings residents together, face to face, in ways that lift up common values, encouraging people to reach out—even if just a little—to those seen as “others”.
Our programs and projects help people move toward each other, rather than away. We believe it is easier to understand a person when you get close. We are working to increase Winooski’s sense of community and to foster peace.

We will continue to build a strong, supportive community, so how will we do this? We need to listen to all the voices in our community and to the voices within ourselves. Together we will find ways of responding. Together we seek truth, justice and equality.

Who are the people who help us to see life differently? We need all voices. What opportunities do we have to listen to one another?

The Dalai Lama (@DalaiLama) tweeted at 5:30 AM on Mon, Apr 16, 2018:

Compassion reduces our fear, boosts our confidence, and opens us to inner strength. By reducing distrust, it opens us to others and brings us a sense of connections with them and a sense of purpose and meaning in life.

News in Pictures: Photos and Video from the Rock Point Intentional Community Wisdom School

BURLINGTON, VT—The Rock Point Intentional Community (RPIC) hosted an Introductory Wisdom School on March 11-14 as an opportunity for individuals to experience the transforming power of contemplative prayer, chant, conscious work, sacred readings, and embodied prayer. More than 30 participants registered for the event—some hailing from nearby Burlington, others traveling from locations across the country—to hear from the Rev. Matthew Wright, retreat leader. Wright serves as priest-in-charge at St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in Woodstock, NY and is a teacher for Northeast Wisdom, a non-profit organization rooted in the teaching lineage of Cynthia Bourgeault, an eminent voice in Christian contemplative and Wisdom teachings.

More than 30 participants registered for the event—some hailing from nearby Burlington, others traveling from locations across the country.

If you missed this Wisdom School, you will not want to miss the next one! Information will be posted online at https://www.rockpointvt.org/rpic.

Retreat participants Michael Hechmer and Mark Delach shared images and videos from the experience, which can be found online at: http://www.diovermont.org/post.php?p=9463.

What’s New at Rock Point Camp 2018?

What’s New at Rock Point Camp 2018?

Rock Point Camp, a mission of the Episcopal Church in Vermont, is in its 87th year. In addition to ongoing camp programs for all ages beginning in June, there are two new programs this year. Please register by May 31, 208:

#1 Alumni, Family & Friends Camp

#2 Day Camp & Overnight Camp All Summer Long!


#1 ALUMNI, FAMILY & FRIENDS CAMP

Join old and new friends as you immerse yourself in all Rock Point has to offer! Choose from a variety of staff-led activities: canoeing; archery; outdoor pizza oven lunch; sacred circles; sunset from the Point; lakeside campfires, singing, and s’mores at Eagle Bay…and more! Daily schedule is optional with freedom to enjoy your own time with a good book at Fred’s Beach

or explore Burlington and beyond. Activities specially designed for kids, families, and adults. Stay overnight in cabins for listed fee or upgrade to a conference center bunkroom

for additional charge of $25 per person, per night. Maximum upgrade fee per family: $300. Day option includes meals/program.

Overnight Day Option
Adult 16+ $235/255/315 $60/Day
Child 5-15 yo $125/135/165 $40/Day
0-4 yo Free Free

Because we recognize that families have different abilities to pay, we provide three pricing options:

Tier 1 — significantly discounted rate.

Tier 2 — truer cost for a week of camp plus moderate subsidy.

Tier 3 — most accurately represents cost for a week of camp.

Choose the tier that is right for you. This is an opportunity for you to support, as you are able, the true cost of operating camp. Financial assistance is available for those who request it.

#2 Day Camp & Overnight Camp All Summer Long!

For campers ages 7-16 years old who want to experience many of the same great activities camp has to offer without sleeping overnight. Day and overnight campers will eat, learn and play together. Breakfast, lunch and snack are provided each day. Check out our website for full schedule of camps and fees: http://www.rockpointvt.org/camp

Typical Day Camp Schedule

(Day campers will be integrated into camp life with residential campers)

Time Campers Counselors
8:00-8:15am Day Campers Arrive and Check-In Day Camp Check-in & support residential camp
8:15 Breakfast Breakfast
9:00 Capers & Clean-up Capers & Clean-up
9:30 Morning Program Lead Morning Program
10:45 Games & Sit Spot Lead Games & Sit Spot
11:15 Free Time or Support
12:00 Sing or Set tables Sing or Set tables
12:15 Lunch Lunch
1:15 Rest Hour Rest Hour
2:30 Swim time Lead Activity Period
3:45 #1 Activity Period Lead Activity Period
5:00 Day Campers
Sign-out & Depart
Day Camp Sign-Out & support residential camp
What’s New at Rock Point Camp 2018?

What’s New at Rock Point Camp 2018?

What’s New at Rock Point Camp 2018?

#1 Alumni, Family & Friends Camp

#2 Day Camp & Overnight Camp All Summer Long!


#1 ALUMNI, FAMILY & FRIENDS CAMP

Join old and new friends as you immerse yourself in all Rock Point has to offer! Choose from a variety of staff-led activities: canoeing; archery; outdoor pizza oven lunch; sacred circles; sunset from the Point; lakeside campfires, singing, and s’mores at Eagle Bay…and more! Daily schedule is optional with freedom to enjoy your own time with a good book at Fred’s Beach or explore Burlington and beyond. Activities specially designed for kids, families, and adults. Stay overnight in cabins for listed fee or upgrade to a conference center bunkroom for additional charge of $25 per person, per night. Maximum upgrade fee per family: $300. Day option includes meals/program.

Overnight Day Option
Adult 16+ $235/255/315 $60/Day
Child 5-15 yo $125/135/165 $40/Day
0-4 yo Free Free

Because we recognize that families have different abilities to pay, we provide three pricing options:

Tier 1 — significantly discounted rate.

Tier 2 — truer cost for a week of camp plus moderate subsidy.

Tier 3 — most accurately represents cost for a week of camp.

Choose the tier that is right for you. This is an opportunity for you to support, as you are able, the true cost of operating camp. Financial assistance is available for those who request it.

#2 Day Camp & Overnight Camp All Summer Long!

For campers ages 7-16 years old who want to experience many of the same great activities camp has to offer without sleeping overnight. Day and overnight campers will eat, learn and play together. Breakfast, lunch and snack are provided each day. Check out our website for full schedule of camps and fees: http://www.rockpointvt.org/camp

Typical Day Camp Schedule

(Day campers will be integrated into camp life with residential campers)

Time Campers Counselors
8:00-8:15am Day Campers Arrive and Check-In Day Camp Check-in & support residential camp
8:15 Breakfast Breakfast
9:00 Capers & Clean-up Capers & Clean-up
9:30 Morning Program Lead Morning Program
10:45 Games & Sit Spot Lead Games & Sit Spot
11:15 Free Time or Support
12:00 Sing or Set tables Sing or Set tables
12:15 Lunch Lunch
1:15 Rest Hour Rest Hour
2:30 Swim time Lead Activity Period
3:45 #1 Activity Period Lead Activity Period
5:00 Day Campers
Sign-out & Depart
Day Camp Sign-Out & support residential camp
Kids4Peace VT & NH Announces Interfaith Camp, June 24 – July 1

Kids4Peace VT & NH Announces Interfaith Camp, June 24 – July 1

Kids4Peace VT & NH Announces Interfaith Camp, June 24 – July 1

Registration is now open for the Kids4Peace Vermont and New Hampshire Interfaith Camp, which will be held June 24-July 1 in Plymouth, NH. Sixth and seventh grade students (2017-18 school year) with a passion for interfaith understanding and social change are encouraged to apply. Details and application can be found at http://www.k4p.org/summer2018Click here to download the printable flier and brochure.

Kairos Earth Provides New Opportunities to Connect with the Natural World

Kairos Earth Provides New Opportunities to Connect with the Natural World

Kairos Earth Provides New Opportunities to Connect with the Natural World

River Pilgrimages, Earth Credo Sessions Fill 2018 Calendar

Building on last year’s 40-day pilgrimage down the Connecticut River, interest is growing and Kairos Earth is providing new opportunities for people to experience this wonderful immersion in the practice and spirituality of living in right relationship with the natural world. Below is a listing of these opportunities in 2018, along with a link to get more information and to apply to attend.

Wood River Pilgrimage: May 17 – 20, 2018 (RI)
For information and to apply: http://kairosearth.org/woodriver/

Blackstone/Taunton River Pilgrimage: September 5 – 8 (RI) Information coming soon at http://kairosearth.org/blackstoneriver/

Connecticut River Pilgrimage 2018: July (exact dates TBD – NH, VT, MA) For more information: http://kairosearth.org/connecticutriver2018/

There are also two Earth Credo sessions being offered. Earth Credo is a five-day immersion in the practice and spirituality of living in right relationship with the natural world. Rooted in the Christian tradition of care for the earth, participants learn contemplative disciplines that support intimacy with God through Creation. The group is simultaneously immersed directly in the land, and learn practical outdoor skills needed to be comfortable interacting more closely with nature. Evening discussions center on the interdependency of intimacy with God and care of the land, spiritually grounded environmental stewardship, ecological justice, and the building of sustainable culture. Earth Credo is designed to train and empower participants to offer Christian eco-spirituality workshops, classes, and leadership perspectives within their local church and community.

Earth Credo Fall: October 28 – November 2, 2018

For more information and to register: http://kairosearth.org/earthcredo/

Rock Point Launches New Website

Rock Point Launches New Website

All around the globe, people took a moment to recognize Earth Day, the world’s largest environmental movement, on April 22. Rock Point took part by launching a new website focused on one place on earth that holds special meaning for the people of the Episcopal Church in Vermont as well as the many partners, friends, students, campers, and visitors who have experienced its beauty. The new website can be found at https://rockpointvt.org.

Reflections from the Week of Christian Unity 2018

Reflections from the Week of Christian Unity 2018

Reflections from the Week of Christian Unity 2018

January 18 – 22, 2018

“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another.” John 13:34 (NRSV)

Beautiful Beginnings:  An Ecumenical Service & Reception

In the beauty of the Catholic Center Chapel on the University of Vermont campus, the Holy Spirit of Christian ecumenism blessed the space, as leaders of the Christian ecumenical movement in Vermont and the VECNCC gathered in prayer and song.

A true spirit of ecumenism and deep care was palpable among those guiding our gathering, Roman Catholic Bishop Christopher Coyne, Episcopal Bishop Thomas Ely, Rev. Brigid Farrell, New England Conference of the United Methodist Church, Rev. Roy V. Hill II, Emeriti President of the Vermont Ecumenical Council, New Alpha Missionary Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Fred Moser, Trinity Episcopal Church, Rev. Brian Cummings, Society of Saint Edmund as well as many other clergy and representatives from the Vermont Ecumenical Council.

Roman Catholic Bishop Christopher Coyne extended deep ecumenical hospitality and offered a warm welcome with sincere appreciation to all those who offered their services in support for our first ecumenical prayer service at the University of Vermont Catholic Center. Bishop Tom Ely offered an opening prayer with these words, “Friends in Christ, as we gather to pray for visible unity in the household of Christ, let us thank God for our Christian heritage, and for God’s saving, liberating action in human history.  With Christians everywhere, let us call upon the Holy Spirit to set our hearts on fire as we pray for the unity of the Church.”

Rev. Dr. John Armstrong, president and founder of the ACT3 Network did just that with his enthusiastic and fiery sermon that resounded through the hearts and minds of all present.  No stranger to the costly love of letting go of paradigms to engage new possibility for evangelization, healing and renewal within Christianity, he offered stories of wisdom gained from twenty years of active ecumenical leadership.  Rev. Armstrong challenged and encouraged a spirit of charity, clarity and love to inform, heal and transform Christian community.

All present were commissioned to action “to serve God’s mission of hope, justice, and love in our world….to bring good news to the poor, to proclaim release to the captives and recovery of sight to the blind, to let the oppressed go free, and to proclaim a year of the Lord’s favor.”

Called to a moment of personal prayer in the Chapel, after attending the fine reception hosted by the Roman Catholic chaplaincy at UVM, the ecumenical Protestant chaplaincy at UVM and the Cooperative Christian Ministries, offered space to contemplate the spirituality of Christian ecumenism.

Foundationally, all human relationship is an opportunity to encounter the other with hospitality and kindness.   As Christians, we’re invited to live with open hearts and open minds as we walk in imitation of Christ seeking to embody authentic Christian spirituality in service to each other, regardless of our denominational or faith affiliations.

Relationship and shared prayer are central in cultivating understanding as well as hearing and healing our stories.  As people of faith, when we come to know each other, we can learn to deeply and respectfully love one another in our journey to embody the blessings that the teaching of Christ offers to all for this and future generations.

VIEW VIDEO FROM THIS SERVICE

This Changed Everything:  Wisdom from 500 Years of Reformation

Martin Luther, the German Augustinian monk and Christian theologians strong words “Here I stand, I can do no other God help me” introduce the Christian History Institute’s documentary This Changed Everything.

Over twenty faith leaders and experts are interviewed throughout the three-part series to answer challenging questions about the 500 year old schism within Christianity sparked by Martin Luther in Germany, Huldrych Zwingl a leader of the Christian reformation in Switzerland, John Calvin, pastor and theologian in Geneva and others who called for reform within the Catholic Church including King Henry of England who rejected Papal authority and named himself head of the Church of England.

The historical documentary provided the context for the insightful and engaged presentations by University of Vermont Associate Professor of English Dr. Jennifer Sisk, St. Michael’s College Professor of Religious Studies, Dr. James Byrne, The Rev. Arnold Thomas, Vermont Conference of the United Church of Christ and Pastor of Good Shepard Church and Rev. Nancy Wright, Pastor, Ascension Lutheran Church, So. Burlington facilitated by Professor Dr. Raymond Patterson, St. Michael’s College Religious Studies Department Chairperson.

Through diverse academic and religious perspectives presenters provided their unique contribution and inspirations to the forum.  The entire forum is available to view on our website.

The invitation to reflect on the panel event has perhaps generated more questions than answers, which is a healthy thing.  God meets us in our questions and our response to the questions form, inform and shape our spiritual and faith journeys as well as the way we encounter and engage with each other as Christians and people of faith in a contemporary world.

In the spirit of Christian ecumenism, you’re invited view the documentary and then bring together your own facilitated forum for discussion within your community.  The VECNCC has purchased a copy of the documentary for viewing and engaging a broader conversation about the Christian schism and how we can work towards healing through Christian collaboration.

Inspirations and Insights in the Upper Room and on the Shores of Lake Champlain

Our collective voices of Christian wisdom resounded through the many gatherings of clergy and faith leaders through the state during the week of Christian Unity.  Through engaged conversations over luncheons and dinners, inspiring offerings at events, and in our concluding gathering and time of prayer on the shores of Lake Champlain.

Along with the Christians of many Churches and ecclesial Communities, may we remember each other in prayer each day with these words first prayed at the Seventh General Assembly of the World Council of churches at Canberra in 1991.

“Come Holy Spirit!  Giver of life – Sustain your creation!  Spirit of truth – Set us free! 

Spirit of Unity – Reconcile your people!  Holy Spirit – Transform and sanctify us!”

Amen.

VIEW VIDEO FROM THIS EVENT

TESTIMONIAL FROM Dr. Jennifer Sisk Associate Professor of Literature and Religion at UVM.

John Armstrong was a guest speaker in an upper-level English course I teach at the University of Vermont on medieval literature.  The class was reading William Langland’s fourteenth-century dream-vision poem, Piers Plowman-a text that to today’s college students may seem to emerge from long ago and far away, though as Armstrong reminded them, it asks “modern” questions about the place of the church in the world and the spiritual unity of Christians within it.  Written by a medieval Catholic poet, it urges a pre-Protestant-Reformation reform of the church, and for this reason it was later embraced as an authorizing text by both Catholic and Protestant readers.  Armstrong’s visit helped set the poem within the long arc of Christian history, in which reform emerges as a common concern on both sides of the Reformation divide, remaining vital for Christians to this day.  A dynamic and engaging speaker, Armstrong brought to life the poem’s contemporary relevance, and he helped my students see that Christian ecumenism responds to concerns about the church that have a very long history, which they can glimpse in Langland’s representation of the church as a woefully besieged “Barn of Unity.”  Armstrong’s class visit, early in the semester, set the tone for the entire semester.  Some of my students have even cited his lecture in the papers they have submitted!

200 Years of Witness for Christian Unity – A Brief History

The Octave of Christian Unity was inaugurated in 1908 as a Christian movement in the United States that by 1993 grew to encompass all Christian communities nationally and internationally receiving sponsorship from the Commission on Faith and Order of the World Council of Churches and the Pontifical Council for Christian Unity.

Paul Irénée Couturier (29 July 1881 – 24 March 1953) a French priest is considered by many to be the “father of spiritual ecumenism” and an initial promoter, along with members of the Anglican and Orthodox Christian communities, of the Week for Christian unity.

Resources for Additional Information about Christian Unity

The Pontifical Council for Christian Unity at http://www.vatican.va/roman_curia/pontifical_councils/chrstuni/index.htm

The Faith and Order Council of the World Council of Churches at https://www.oikoumene.org/en/what-we-do/faith-and-order

About the New Revised Standard Version of the Bible

The New Revised Standard Version of the Bible was translated by a group of scholars representing Orthodox, Catholic and Protestant Christian groups.  Scholars of the Jewish representation were responsible for the Hebrew Scriptures or Old Testament.  This version was translated by the Division of Christian Education (now Bible Translation and Utilization) of the National Council of Churches recognized as a leader within the Christian ecumenical movement.  The translators were given the guidance to translate the scriptures “As literal as possible, as free as necessary.”  (https://www.nrsv.net/about/faqs/)

About the Prayer of the Holy Spirit

This was the prayer of Christians of many Churches and ecclesial Communities at the Seventh General Assembly of the World Council of churches at Canberra (1991) invoking the Holy Spirit who sustains, liberates, transforms, sanctifies, reconciles and unites.  The same intentions and invocations are often to be found in the hymns and prayers of the various Christian traditions, such as Veni Creator Spiritus (Come Creator Spirit) of the Latin tradition, the Vasilev Ourànie Paràklete (Heavenly Paraclete King) of the Byzantine tradition, as well as those form other Christian traditions of both East and West, each with its own specific characteristics.

In these days Christians are asking the Holy Spirit, light of eternal wisdom, to reveal the great mystery of God the Father and the Son united in one love.  This prayer makes us aware of the grace with which the creator Spirit fills the hearts by him created, and of the consolation and anointing which increases faith, hope and charity in the believer.  We ask that he strengthen us with his gifts: stir in us the Word, kindle the light of the intellect, and arouse our hearts while also healing our wounds.  We ask to be protected from evil and to receive the gift of peace.  In the context of division between Christians and the search for a growing communion between Churches and ecclesial Communities, we ask that together we may be introduced through the Holy Spirit to a knowledge of and greater sharing in the mystery of love that is God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit.  May the Spirit nurture in our communities a keener desire for and commitment to communion and a greater readiness “to listen to what the Spirit is saying to the churches.” (Rev 2, 7)

Retrieved from http://www.vatican.va/jubilee_2000/magazine/documents/ju_mag_01091997_p-49_en.html on March 10, 2018.

Resources for Further Study of Christian Spirituality

Classics of Western Spirituality published by Paulist Press offers an extensive library of historical texts on Christian spirituality.

Traditions of Christian Spirituality Edited by Philip Sheldrake, this series, published in cooperation with DLT, London, makes the riches of the Christian spiritual tradition available through key themes while presenting their relevance for the modern seeker.

Reflection offered by Spiritual Director, Carol A. Fournier, LCMHC, NCC, member of the Executive Council of VECNCC, director and founder of the Silver Dove Institute.

VEC Observes Christian Unity Week

VEC Observes Christian Unity Week

Ecumenical Council to Observe Christian Unity Week,
With Special Guest the Rev. Dr. John Armstrong 

The Vermont Ecumenical Council will mark the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity (January 18-25) with several events featuring the Rev. Dr. John Armstrong, Chicago-based Minister of the Reformed Church in America and scholar of the Reformation. Public events in the Burlington area will include an ecumenical service for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity on Sunday afternoon Jan. 21 at 3:00 p.m. at the Catholic Center at the University of Vermont (390 S. Prospect St., Burlington, VT), and a reception following hosted by the Catholic Center and Cooperative Christian Ministry, an ecumenical chaplaincy at UVM sponsored by six Protestant denominations. Dr. Armstrong will be the preacher at the service.  More information HERE

The public is also invited to an ecumenical forum with John Armstrong commemorating the 500th anniversary of the Reformation on Tuesday evening Jan. 23 at 7:00 p.m. at St. Michael’s College in the Pomerleau Alumni Center (1 Winooski Park (Rt. 15 and Lime Kiln Rd.), Colchester, VT. The forum will feature a presentation by Dr. Armstrong about the recent film he helped produce about the Reformation, This Changed Everything, with responses and commentary by a panel of area Reformation scholars. The forum is free, and all are welcome.  More information HERE.

While he is in Vermont Dr. Armstrong will also participate in several ecumenical gatherings of area clergy and congregational leaders in both Burlington and Montpelier, to promote Christian unity and cooperation, and encourage cooperation with other faith communities.

The Rev. Dr. John Armstrong
With the VEC for the Week of Prayer for Christian Unity Jan. 21-23, 2018

Dr. John H. Armstrong is an ordained minister of Word and Sacrament in the Reformed Church in America (RCA). He founded and became the first president of the ACT3 Network (Advancing the Christian Tradition in the Third Millennium) in 1991; see https://act3network.com. ACTS3 is currently in the process of becoming an intentional ecumenical community designed for the healing of the North American church. He is the author/editor of fourteen books, including his newest book, Costly Love: The Way to True Unity for All the Followers of Jesus (New City Press, 2017). He serves as senior advisor to the Christian History Institute and has helped to produce several documentaries on church history and renewal, including most recently This Changed Everything! in commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation; see https://www.thischangedeverything.com. He was a keynote speaker at the 2017 National Workshop on Christian Unity in Minneapolis, MN in May 2017; see http://nwcu.org, and on Facebook “National Workshop on Christian Unity.” John is married to his wife Anita (1970) and has lived in suburban Chicago since 1969. He is the father of two adult married children and the grandfather of two girls and two boys.

Cohort 2017 Promo from John Armstrong on Vimeo.