October 31, 2022

Sunday Service on Oct. 30, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Oct. 30, 2022

Musical Offering


Sunday School 
Science Experiment with lesson - Compass for Life

October 17, 2022

Sunday Service on Oct. 16, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Oct. 16, 2022

Musical Offering


Sunday School: Story Based Character Education - The Elves and the Shoemaker

October 11, 2022

Sunday Service on Oct. 9, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Oct. 9, 2022

Musical Offering

Sermon: Redemption

Slide 1 Note
I would like to talk about redemption today. Redemption is the main theme in Christianity. Christians build a relationship with God and Jesus through redemption. Christian missionaries’ message is very simple and clear. “Jesus died on the cross for my sins. I received redemption of my sins through Jesus’ crucifixion.” Redemption or restoration through indemnity in our church term is the one of main theme in our church as well. One of reasons why our church is misunderstood is that people do not understand that our church is working for redemption or restoration through indemnity. Proper understanding of redemption is key to understand our movement.

Slide 2 Note I would like to bring up a well known Japanese song called “Tsugunai”, which means redemption in Japanese. The reason why I bring up the song is that this song illustrates what is redemption and how redemption is gained. I will show you the lyrics of the song in the following two slides. This song is sometimes played at DMV for those who renew driver’s licenses. You may guess what kind song it is.

Slide 3 Note The main character’s name is Yuu.

Slide 4 Note

First generation members are like Yuu in the song. We realized sins of our own, our ancestors, and humankind. We worked single-mindedly all our youth even though people mocked, persecuted, threw stones us. We were OK because we felt love from God and True Parents. We felt we were forgiven. I hear the stories of struggling 2nd generations in Japan. I feel sorry for them especially in recent situation in Japan. Some of them feel that our church is the place of rules such as forbidding free love, isolation from society, and sacrifices such as taking the savings to go to Disneyland or paychecks from part time jobs for donation. One person started petition drive to make a law to regard forcing religion to children as child abuse. We including 2nd generations still need to understand redemption.

Slide 5 Note

I believe God has special plan for each of 2nd generation. I hope each one eventually finds God. I hope God will tell those who have bitter feeling toward church, “Thank you for your sacrifices and hardships. My providence moved forward because of your your sacrifices and hardships. Even though you did not feel me, I was always with you.”

October 03, 2022

Seonghwa Ceremony of Sam Huneycutt

Seonghwa Ceremony of Sam Huneycutt
October 1, 2022

Welcoming Remarks by Rev. Alan Saunders Congregational Song "Just a Closer Walk With Thee Invocation by June Saunders Letter from FFWPU USA President Naokimi Ushiroda Seonghwa Address by Rev. Mamoru Uyama

Musical Offering by Marina Huneycutt and Steven Hutcherson

Messages from Pastor Bob Huneycutt, Sammy Uyama read by Genen Huneycutt, and Bishop Charles Dudley

Testimonies from a friend and family members

Flower Offering, Closing Song, Benediction by Dr. Achille Acolatse

December 9, 1988 - September 22, 2022

Sam Huneycutt was born in New York City on a cold, wintry night, and he grew up in the south and spent most of his life in North Carolina. He was an intelligent and athletic child, particularly talented in soccer. In middle school, he became self-conscious and by high school, he was so acutely shy that it was a struggle for him to graduate. Even so, he took advanced courses and ran competitively with the cross-country team.

After graduation he turned his attention to computer games, at which he excelled due to quick reflexes and intensive research. He spent six months in a leadership training program called Next Gen Academy, where he challenged himself to fundraise, do service projects and expand his horizons.

Sam eventually became interested in environmental issues, learning about composting and electric cars. He became vegan and loved shopping at Perkins Orchard in Durham and local farmer's markets. He rode his bike whenever possible.

He became interested in Christianity, Hinduism and Buddhism, and took a train to Florida to attend a Metaphysical Conference, camping there for two weeks. He flew to Hawaii to spend a month with a Healing Community, studying the ancient Hawaiian spiritual practice of Ho'oponopono. Sam showed an example for all of us by taking time to forgive those who had hurt him and offering apologies to those he felt he might have offended.

He is survived by his parents, Bob and Ryoko Huneycutt, his sister Kay and her husband James Love, brother Gene and his wife Marina and their daughter Grace, brothers Ken and Thomas and sister Natsuyo, as well as his grandmother, Colly Beck of Havelock and aunt, Donna Carter of Newport News. His family gratefully acknowledges all the kind sentiments and abundant love that brought consolation during this time of loss and ascension.

"Joyful Ascension"

A Seonghwa Ceremony is actually comparable to a wedding, when men and women get married. It's not a sorrowful occasion at all. It's like an insect coming out of its cocoon, getting rid of a shackle and becoming a new body and a new existence, a new entity. That's exactly the same kind of process.

In our way of life and tradition, spirit world and physical world are one, and by our living up to that kind of idea, we bring the two worlds together into one.

In the secular world, death signifies the end of life. However, in our world, death is like a rebirth or a new birth into another world. For this reason, we should not make those occasions gloomy or sad or feel discouraged.

If we here on earth become very mournful or gloomy, it is like pulling the person who is going up to the heavens down to the earth.

Sun Myung Moon
January 7, 1984

Therefore we are always confident and know that as long as we are at home in the body, we are away from the Lord. We live by faith, not by sight. We are confident, I say, and would prefer to be away from the body and at home with the Lord. So we make it our goal to please Him, whether we are at home in the body or away from it.

II Corinthians 5:6-9

Sunday Service on Oct. 2, 2022

Triangle Family Church Sunday Service on Oct. 2, 2022

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Sunday School - Bible study: Joseph 2