Tano means five in Swahili. Excerpt from the February, 5, 2023 newsletter:
Abundant LUUv Anniversary V
Sunday February 12, 2023 at 10:30 a.m.
Please plan to attend and bring friends to Abundant LUUv’s celebration of our fifth anniversary, Sunday, February 12, 2023, at 10:30 a.m. We will meet in person at Hammonds House Museum, as well as online via Zoom. Tano is Swahili for five and stands for many things. We celebrate our adaptability and lessons learned.
Our distinguished guest speaker will be Rev. Dr. Teresa Fry Brown, Bandy Professor of Preaching and the Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, of Candler School of Theology. Dean Fry Brown was the academic advisor and is now the friend of Rev. Teague. For more information regarding Dean Fry Brown see https://candler.emory.edu/faculty/profiles/fry-brown-teresa.html.
At this celebration we will again be joined by B’Reneé, who also blessed us with her music on our fourth anniversary service.