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Chronology: Historical Ministerial Highlights of 2003-2008 January 1, 2003:  Assisted with an annual fundraiser in Boulder, Colorado, entitled, "Pancakes for Peace," which raised approximately $1500 for peace and social justice related organizations.  January 20, 2003:  Participated in the annual Martin Luther King Marade, Denver, Colorado, and is interviewed while there by three different television production crews, emphasizing as always, "a person is a person is a person and if the only things upon which we can all agree are non-violence and mutual respect, everything else will fall into place.  The harmonious integration of diversity makes us strong.  Societal homogeneity makes us weak." March 15-16, 2003:  Volunteer staff at the St. Patty's Metaphysical Celebration at the Denver Merchandise Mart, produced by Celebration Productions of Colorado Springs, Colorado.  June 22, 2003:  Participated in the annual Colorado Gay Pride Parade, Denver, Colorado. August 3, 2003:  Climbed in full ritual garb and makeup to the summit of Mount Belford, elevation
14,197 feet, and Mount Oxford, elevation 14,153 feet, returning home by an additional ascent of Mount Belford, in Colorado. August 10, 2003:  Visited the Sunday morning service of a church called "The Journey," in response to the invitation of a member of the congregation, and was well-received. October 18, 2003:  Participated and assisted with a Pagan Samhain celebration in Deckers, Colorado. October 25, 2003:  Participated in a massive gathering of approximately one hundred thousand people at the Washington Monument, Washington, DC, calling for the end of the US military occupation of Iraq, repeating to various individuals familiar creeds such as "a person is a person is a person," "if the only things upon which we can agree are non-violence and mutual respect, we'll be halfway there," and "life is a collaborative effort:  we all take turns being the one in need," thereby striving to encourage a more intelligent and collaborative rather than violent and intrusive response to the situations and circumstances occurring within the Middle Eastern region of Iraq, Afghanistan, and their international neighbors. January 19, 2004:  Participated in the annual Martin Luther King Marade, Denver, Colorado, in support of Dr. King's dream of the establishment of a diverse and mutually respectful global community characterized by non-violence. June 6, 2004:  Attended the annual People's Fair, Denver, Colorado. June 9, 2004:  Attended the weekly gathering of the Dance of Universal Peace at the Temple Events Center, Denver, Colorado, within which inclusive prayers for peace and harmony drawn from many diverse spiritual traditions are danced and sung by those in attendance. June 12, 2004:  Volunteer staff at a Pagan Family Picnic organized by the Colorado Pagan Community Circle and the Wheat Ridge Alliance for Political Parody, which concluded with a Litha ritual facilitated by Silver Prairie Moon Coven. June 26, 2004:  Volunteer staff at the annual 5K Rainbow Run and Walk, organized by Team Colorado and Denver FrontRunners, City Park, Denver, Colorado; also competed in the "Drag Race" which concludes that annual event. June 27, 2004:  Volunteer staff at the annual Pride Parade, Denver, Colorado. July 9-11, 2004:  Volunteer staff assigned to security duties for the Rocky Mountain Regional Rodeo, locally facilitated by the Colorado Gay Rodeo Association. July 16, 2004:  Attempted unsuccessfully to climb in full ritual garb and makeup to the summit of Mount Massive in Colorado, elevation 14,421 feet.  Adverse weather and other conditions again necessitated turning back without attaining the summit. August 13, 2004:  Successfully climbed in full ritual garb and makeup to the summit of Mount Massive in Colorado, elevation 14,421 feet.  August 22, 2004:  Volunteer staff at the annual AIDS Walk fundraiser, which began and ended in Cheesman Park, Denver, Colorado. August 28, 2004:  Volunteer staff for the annual Pagan Pride celebration, Deckers, Colorado. September 27, 2004:  A day-long photo shoot at various locations along the Peak to Peak highway, south of Estes Park, Colorado, which produced numerous photos which were later used within calendars, greeting cards, etc.  October 18, 2004:  A day-long photo shoot at various locations within the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado, which produced numerous photos which were later used within calendars, greeting cards, etc. October 23, 2004:  Volunteer staff at the annual Samhain Witches' Ball, held at a Masonic Temple, Denver, Colorado. November 13, 2004:  Videotaped "The Sister Who Holiday Special," an hour-long interfaith special television program, sharing and celebrating the December holiday season from the perspectives of Christian, Pagan, Earth Literacy, and American Indian spiritual perspectives. January 1, 2005:  Assisted with an annual fundraiser in Boulder, Colorado, entitled, "Pancakes for Peace," which raises funds for peace and social justice related organizations.  March 19, 2005:  Spent the day with a good friend and top-quality photographer, Mick Watkins (www.dazzlebits.com), taking photos along a cross-country skiing trail located a few miles south of Copper Mountain ski area in western Colorado, for use in future calendars, greeting cards, etc. May 1, 2005:  Participated within a protest/march facilitated by an organization called SoulForce in Colorado Springs, Colorado, which included the collection and eventual delivery of more than eight hundred letters documenting suicides of non-heterosexual people, which were the response of those individuals to the conservative Christian theology which many organizations in that city advocate and promote. May 15, 2005:  Presented the sermon at Cameron (United Methodist) Church in Denver, Colorado,  weaving together insights and metaphors related to the occasion of Pentecost (as described in the book of Acts within the Bible), using the title and theme "The Coming of the Spirit." June 25-26, 2005:  Volunteer staff for the annual Pridefest celebration in Denver, Colorado, which among other things commemorates the "Stonewall Riots" of June 1969, which are widely considered to be the beginning of the civil rights movement for gay or lesbian people. August 5, 2005:  An unsuccessful attempt to climb Mount Shavano and Mount Tabeguache, due to adverse weather. August 21, 2005:  Volunteer staff member at the annual AIDS Walk fundraiser, which began and ended in Cheesman Park, Denver, Colorado. August  25, 2005:  Spent the day taking photos in Denver, Colorado, for use in future calendars, greeting cards, etc. October 11, 2005:  Spent the day taking photos in Denver, Colorado, for use in future calendars, greetings cards, etc. January 16, 2006:  Participated in the annual Martin Luther King Marade in Denver, Colorado, in support of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s dream of the establishment of a diverse and mutually respectful global community characterized by non-violence. February 28, 2006:  Assisted with a celebration of Mardi Gras / Fat Tuesday at Saint Paul's Lutheran Church in Denver, Colorado. March 15, 2006:  Featured within an award-winning Chapel presentation at Iliff School of Theology, entitled, "A Circuitous Journey," which was an interweaving of theatre and spirituality/congregational worship.  General themes of the presentation were interpersonal dynamics, personal and spiritual growth, and the healing power and presence of unconditional love. May 12, 2006:  First attempt to videotape footage for a new version of the introduction to the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents," in various locations within the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. June 5, 2006:  Second attempt to videotape footage for a new version of the introduction to the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents," in various locations within the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. June 7, 2006:  Third attempt to videotape footage for a new version of the introduction to the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents," in various locations within the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. July 30, 2006:  Appearance on Saint Catherine Street and elsewhere with Montreal, Quebec, Canada, during the occurrence of the first World OutGames presented by the Gay Lesbian International Sport Association (GLISA), during which time a number of profound conversations with various individuals occurred.  Some time was also spent in prayer at the nearby church of Saint Peter the Apostle, regarding the ongoing challenge of the pandemic of AIDS within the world.   September 15, 2006:  Fourth attempt–this time successful–to videotape the first half of footage for a new version of the introduction to the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents," in various locations within the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. September 22, 2006:  Fourth attempt–this time successful–to videotape the second half of footage for a new version of the introduction to the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents," in Crown Hill Park, Lakewood, Colorado.  September 29, 2006:  First attempt to create photographs for the 2007 Sister Who calendar at Lair of the Bear Open Space Park, near Idledale, Colorado, which was ultimately unsuccessful due to equipment failure. October 13, 2006:  Second attempt to create photographs for the 2007 Sister Who calendar, which was unsuccessful due to unresolved technical issues, at a location within the northern part of the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. October 28, 2006:  Volunteer staff at the annual Samhain Witches' Ball, held at a Masonic Temple, Denver, Colorado. November 3, 2006:  Third attempt to create photographs for the 2007 Sister Who calendar, which was unsuccessful due to unresolved technical issues.  November 7, 2006:  Fourth attempt to create photographs for the 2007 Sister Who calendar, which was partially successful, at various locations within the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. November 12, 2006:  Fifth attempt to create photographs for the 2007 Sister Who calendar, which was partially successful, at various locations within the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. November 20, 2006:  Sixth attempt to create photographs for the 2007 Sister Who calendar, which was completely successful, at various locations within the metropolitan area of Denver, Colorado. January 15, 2007:  An automobile accident (no injuries, thank God) on the way to the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Marade, prevented participation. March 8, 2007:  A photo shoot occurs in central Denver, Colorado, to create photographs for a brochure to promote the award-winning integration of theater and worship which also features Sister Who, entitled "A Circuitous Journey." March 24, 2007:  Facilitated a memorial service for a friend who had committed suicide, also thereafter receiving numerous compliments for the manner in which the service was organized and conducted. June 1, 2007:  Received a masters in theological studies academic degree from Iliff School of Theology (officially awarded to the legal name of Denver NeVaar) while dressed in full ritual garb and makeup. June 24, 2007: Appeared as an attendee at the annual Pridefest festival, Denver, Colorado, since available funds were insufficient for participation within the preceding parade or within the Pridefest festival itself. July 30, 2007:  Successfully climbed Grays Peak, elevation 14,270 feet, and Torreys Peak, elevation 14,267 feet, located in central Colorado.  August 27, 2007:  A photo-shoot within two locations within the Denver-metro area of Colorado, created the first 11 of 13 photos needed for the 2008 calendar featuring Sister Who, entitled, "Finding Harmony in 2008." September 1, 2007:  Appeared as an attendee at the Autumn 2007 Metaphysical Celebration at the Denver Merchandise Mart, Denver, Colorado, the theme of which is "Be Free, Be Fearless, Be You." September 3, 2007:  A photo-shoot at Saint Mary's Glacier in central Colorado created the final two photos needed for the 2008 calendar featuring Sister Who, entitled "Finding Harmony in 2008." October 27, 2007:  Volunteer staff at the annual Samhain Witches' Ball, held at a Masonic Temple, Denver, Colorado. November 18, 2007:  First-ever "God Space" meeting held in Denver, Colorado, facilitated by Sister Who. March 1, 2008:  Recording of content for episodes 109, 110, 111, and 112 for the television program "Sister Who Presents" is attempted, but fails due to audio-related technical difficulties.  A second attempt is scheduled for March 22, 2008.  March 1-2, 2008:  Cathy Edwards, a cable-access television producer from Canada, does an extensive interview and records large amounts of video footage for inclusion of Sister Who within her public access television projects, distributed in Canada and elsewhere. March 22, 2008:  A second attempt to record content for additional episodes of "Sister Who Presents" accomplishes one new show.  March 28, 2008:  A photo-shoot at various locations within Santa Barbara, California, created photos for use within future calendars, albums, original songs, and other creative projects.  June 8, 2008:  Appeared as an attendee of the 2008 Peoples Fair, Denver, Colorado, and had many wonderful conversations with viewers and other attendees. June 22, 2008:  Attended the final day of a Walden University Residency (professional academic conference) at the Sheraton Hotel, as a doctoral student of that school and then proceeded to the nearby annual Pridefest Celebration in Civic Park, Denver, Colorado, where many conversations were had with viewers of the television show "Sister Who Presents" and other interested persons.  July 20, 2008:  Recording of content for episodes 110, 111, and 112 of the television program, "Sister Who Presents," is successful.  July 27, 2008:  Twelve new photos for the calendar, "Reflection and Progression in 2009," featuring Sister Who, are created in various locations in and near to the Denver-metro area of Colorado. August 2008:  Recording of content for two more episodes of the television program, "Sister Who Presents" is successful.  August 29-31, 2008:  First public appearance of the portable chapel occurs at the Labor Day Metaphysical Fair at the Denver Merchandise Mart, Denver, Colorado. September 2008:  Recording of content for four more episodes of the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents" is successful. October 25, 2008:  Volunteer staff at the annual Samhain Witches' Ball, held at a Masonic Temple, Denver, Colorado. November 2008:  Recording of content for four more episodes of the ongoing cable-access television series, "Sister Who Presents" is successful. December 21, 2008:  As an expression of gratitude for the empowering and informative choices this man made in the living of his final years, of which we are all the benefactors, Sister Who attends in full ritual garb and makeup a showing of the movie, "Milk," at the Mayan Theater, Denver, Colorado, which depicted the final eight years of the life of Harvey Milk.