Singles Home Evening – Pot Luck, Spiritual Message and Activities with friends.
Date: Every Monday
Time: 7:00 mingle and choir practice
7:30 dinner – pot luck – bring something to share for 5 to 10 persons
Location: 12998 S. 1300 W. Riverton.
Our speaker will be
President Davey serves as the 1st Counselor in the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple Presidency. He was born in Salt Lake City. He served most recently as stake president of the Herriman Utah Rose Canyon Stake. He has also served on several high councils, three times as a bishop, and has been in most positions in Young Men and the Melchizedek Priesthood. He especially enjoyed his recent service as a sealer in the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple. He retired from the Church Educational System having served as an instructor and then as project manager responsible for the design and construction of seminary and institute buildings worldwide. He served as a young man in the Swiss Mission, and the Daveys served together as missionaries in the Switzerland Zurich Mission 10 years ago.
Sister Davey serves as an Assistant to the Temple Matron. She was born in Salt Lake City. She has served in a variety of church callings including 6 years as an Ordinance Worker in the Oquirrh Mountain Utah Temple, Ward Young Women President, Stake Relief Society President, a stake missionary, and teacher in Primary, Sunday School, Young Women, and Relief Society. She was a sister missionary in the Swiss Mission and served with her husband in the Switzerland Zurich Mission. She loved her career as an elementary school teacher, and a speech and hearing pathologist.
They have 4 children and 16 grandchildren.
Our speaker is Marcy Brown
The presenter is filmmaker Marcy Brown who will share a message about “Pioneers of Africa and Beyond.” She will discuss the movie, “Pioneers of Africa” that she made, which tells the story of an inspiring chapter in Church history through the voices of those who lived it. It blends the personal testimonies and experiences of the African Saints with interviews of Church leaders in Salt Lake who witnessed both the 1978 revelation on the priesthood and the explosive growth of the Church in Africa since. She will also share some things that aren’t in the film.
Marcy is an award-winning independent media producer who has written, produced and directed documentaries and television programming in diverse world-wide locations on topics ranging from family history to competitive sports to religion in Africa. She has had a long-time presence in the family history community as a creative partner and Executive Producer of the award-winning PBS Ancestors series and was the co-founder of RootsTelevision.com, a groundbreaking Internet television network devoted to family history programming. Marcy holds a Master of Fine Arts degree in Film Production and did post-graduate training with BBC producer Stephen Peet in England, a pioneer in oral history film making. She has taught film classes at BYU, been a presenter at Education Week, and conducted seminars on media literacy and oral history film making.