Bob and Jean Williams first moved to Boulder in 1948 and soon after joined the First United Methodist Church. In this interview they detail some of their many involvements in the church, which have ranged from teaching Sunday School to teaching an early sex education class, and working to increase equality in the position of women in the church. They also speak about other aspects of First United Methodist Church’s commitment to social justice issues, the governance structure of the Methodist Church, and comment on the ways that it has enriched their lives and fostered their personal growth.
This interview is part of a series of interviews about the First United Methodist Church in Boulder.
View DVD and summary at Carnegie Branch Library.