All of us here at Universal Life Church, Headquarters
in Modesto, CA are deeply saddened to announce the passing
of our President, Lida G. Hensley. Lida Hensley passed away
on Sunday, December 31st, 2006. She is survived by her three
children, 5 grandchildren, and her 4 great-grandchildren.
Lida’s memorial service
will be Sunday, January 14th at 10am, here at Universal Life
Church, Headquarters. Our address is 601 Third St., Modesto,
CA 95351. Your presence would be greatly appreciated as we
celebrate and remember her life. We will, as always, be offering
an open forum where our visitors are encouraged to get up
and speak if they wish. If you cannot make it but would still
like your words heard, we ask that you send them in to us,
either via postal mail or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There will be a board meeting following the service where
the results will be announced on January 15th.
In July 2007, the Hensley family
will make a trip to the family plot in NC where Lida and Kirby
Hensley will be interred simultaneously on their wedding anniversary,
per their wishes.
We would like to take this time
to give thanks for all condolences received and all we have
yet to receive. The love and support from our ministers has
been and always will be greatly appreciated.”
the passing of Lida Hensley, on 1/14/07 the Church Board
elected Andre Hensley, who has worked full time at the Church
since 1977, as the new President of Universal Life Church.
More information will come in our next newsletter.
The Universal Life Church has no traditional
doctrine. We as an organization believe in that which is right.
Each individual has the privilege and responsibility to determine
what is right for themselves, as long as it does not infringe
on the rights of others. We do not stand between you and your
God. We are active advocates of the First Amendment of the
Constitution of the United States of America.
WE ARE ADVOCATES OF THE GOOD LIFE! We want
to be competent, to be proficient, to be cooperative, to love
our fellow man, to appreciate, to be humble, to be honest,
to be moral, to live positively, to be what we profess.