Ginny Wells has been deeply involved in the life of the First United Methodist Church in Boulder since 1960. She has been a member and chairperson of United Methodist Women, a member of and chairperson of the Board of Trustees, business manager, membership secretary, and church historian helping to plan the activities for the church’s sesquicentennial celebration in 2009. In this interview she talks about a wide range of topics in the life of the church, including women’s groups, community outreach, controversial issues with which the church has grappled, church renovations, the Theologian in Residence program, the church music program, the church’s place in the larger community, sesquicentennial activities planned, and how the church has affected her life.
This interview is part of a series recorded about the history of the First United Methodist Church.
View DVD and summary at Carnegie Branch Library.