Please join us on Sunday, November 5 at 10am as we welcome back previous WTUC member Sally Witmer for our online worship service. Sally’s message is entitled, “What We’ve Learned on Our Journey.” The liturgist is Betsy Terada, our organist is Kazuko Sacon, and the slides were prepared by Misae Urata.
Zoom log in information:
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Dan and Sally Witmer met, married and raised their family in the San Francisco Bay Area. From 2006 to 2011, they lived in Fuchu with their three young girls, Katy, Sarah, and Molly. During their time in Japan, the WTUC community played a central role in their lives, and they came to know the WTUC congregation as a small but mighty, hugely generous community of faith.
Jesus became real to both Dan and Sally at early ages. But they came to Japan not having questioned much about perspectives outside the American Christian bubble. Japan was the place God chose to open their eyes to a bigger God of love reigning above a wider world of children He calls his own. Especially through hardship in Japan, they learned to trust God more intimately and experience the peace of God’s presence.
The Witmers now live in San Diego where Dan works as a wireless electrical engineer and Sally is finishing her license as a trauma therapist. They are very active in their church, Commons, which is another small but mighty church, serving the poor in downtown San Diego. (The girls live in Santa Barbara, CA and Walla Walla, WA).
We hope that many of you will be able to come and worship with us!