Lynne Twist, founder and president of The Soul of Money Institute, will present a lecture and workshop Friday, Nov. 7 and Saturday, Nov. 8 at First Community Church, 3771 Dublin Road.

Lynne Twist, founder and president of The Soul of Money Institute, will present a lecture and workshop Friday, Nov. 7 and Saturday, Nov. 8 at First Community Church, 3771 Dublin Road.

Twist's keynote lecture will be held at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7. She will discuss the myths of scarcity, and will focus on practicing more manageable and long lasting business and personal economic principles.

The themes of money and personal fulfillment will be expanded in her symposium, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 8. "Awakening the Dreamer, Changing the Dream" will explore a new global vision built on environmental sustainability, social justice and spiritual fulfillment.

Twist is coming to the church as part of the Spiritual Searcher program. For non-church members, the cost to attend the keynote lecture is $20 before Oct. 28, and $25 after Oct. 28. The cost for the symposium is $80 before Oct. 28, and $90 after. For both events together, the cost is $90 before Oct. 28, and $100 after.

Registration may be made online at www.fcchurch.com/events, by calling Mary Ellen Hett at (614) 488-0681, extension 226 or by e-mailing mhett@fcchurch.com.

Rabbi Gary A. Huber was honored for his 25th year of service to Congregation Beth Tikvah at a gala dinner dance Saturday, Oct. 11, at Wedgewood Country Club.

The event featured tributes to Rabbi Huber from long-time Beth Tikvah congregants and members of the Columbus community, a video photo show and dance music by The Slapdash Quartet.

Don Sylvan, congregant and past president of Beth Tikvah, served as the evening's master of ceremonies. Huber was joined by 120 guests for the celebration.

In honor of Rabbi Huber, Beth Tikvah has established its first endowment program. The Gary A. Huber Endowment for Education will be seeded with profits raised from the dinner celebration, ads placed in the tribute book and contributions to the fund made in Rabbi Huber's honor.