Main Talk: The Houses of Worship of the Bahá’í Faith
Jim will give an outline of the Bahá’í Faith, its
With particular attention to the Continental Houses of Worship, their purpose and design.
Musician: Ermelinda Cuellar jazz
Jim Benvie moved from Scotland to Texas 22 years ago and a few years later became a member of the Bahá’í Faith.
He is a retired project manager who served 29 years with National Oilwell Varco (NOV), working in various locations and roles, but predominantly in aftermarket projects, service, and support.
As the History PM, he now gives presentations on the lessons project managers and engineers can learn, from the study of history.
He lives with his wife Juliet in the Tomball area and his interests are reading, studying history, and cycling.
Ermelinda Cuellar is a jazz singer in Houston. She does jazz standards from the Great American Song Book that would be swing, ballads, bossa nova, latin tunes and some pop tunes thrown in for the mix. Her voice has been described as smooth, playful and heartfelt. Singers she has been compared too are Ella Fitzgerald, Anita O'Day and Diana Krall.