Scrapbook To Honor Wiggs’ Family

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Rev. David Wiggs is retiring, and our Boston Avenue UMC community wants to reflect on his incredible ministry.

Rev. David Wiggs is retiring, and our Boston Avenue UMC community wants to reflect on his incredible ministry. We invite all members of the congregation and anyone who knows the Wiggs’ family to contribute to a special scrapbook we’re creating to commemorate his service. Here is how you can participate:

Join Us in Bishops’ Hall Over the next two Sundays, we’ll have a table set up in Bishops’ Hall where you can write letters or decorate a scrapbook page with your memories, reflections on Rev. Wiggs’ ministry, and notes of gratitude. If you prefer, you can write your note ahead of time and enhance it at the scrapbooking table. If you have photographs to include, please bring them. We also welcome any scrapbook supplies you can donate (paper, stickers, embellishments, etc.) to share with others – just leave them on the scrapbook table station on Sunday.

Share Your Photos We’re also collecting photos of Rev. Wiggs and his family across the years of ministry. If you have photos to share, please upload them here at https://cluster.co/i/7JCZDB7A We look forward to creating this small overview of the impact Rev. Wiggs has had on Boston Avenue, and the Tulsa community at large!

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