Monthly Archives: September 2017

Twinkle featured speaker at Pecha Kucha Vol 25

“Twinkle” Marie Manning was the featured speaker at Pecha Kucha Vol 25 which opened the International Film Festival in Waterville, Maine.

She spoke about Community Media/PEG Stations. How they work and the enormous economic development impact they can have when utilized. She reviewed how the FCC rules have changed and impacted this asset and, importantly, explained how most every town and city in the USA receives funding for a community media station, whether or not they actually have one. This resource is on the extinct list. It could well save one’s community. The theme of her talk: “TV for Your Soul”: How to Create Your Own TV Show or Film and Why You Should!

Vigil for September 11th

Monday, September 11th

6:30 am – 8:00 am

The Vigil space will be hosted by: Rev. “Twinkle” Marie Manning. She will be joined by        Rev. Scott Jones and welcomes a multi-faith clergy presence, as well as active duty military and veterans. peace-workers.

At 7:00am a prayer will be offered, followed by local musician and songwriter Aaron McCannell singing his song, “Stand Tall,” which portrays the emotions of the tragic day as well as hope for the future.

This gathering is open to all who seek a place of spiritual sanctuary on this day of remembrance.

Open Hands Service in Sangerville September 10th, 2017


This week’s service will include a tribute to those among the undocumented who lost family members and loved ones in the terrorist attacks of September 11th, as well as a sermon dedicated to living life as a prayer.

Join Us!

First Universalist Church of Sangerville & Dover-Foxcroft

Sunday, September 10th, 2017  (9:30 am)

Service Theme:

 Open Hands:

Living Life as a Prayer