This Sunday’s service: “Folk Music in the ’60s”

Bob Dylan in 2011

Bob Dylan in 2011

Please join us this Sunday, May 24, when guest speaker Hal Morse leads a service titled “The Social Relevance of Folk Music in the ’60s.”

Folk music in the 1960s, led by Bob Dylan, had a significant impact by elevating social consciousness on critical political and cultural issues such as the civil-rights and antiwar movements. The music became the primary agent of expression leading to the moral and spiritual progress of the Baby Boomer generation.

The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., followed by coffee and fellowship at about 11:30. Religious education classes are offered, and visitors are always welcome.

Photo (cc) by Francisco Antunes and published under a Creative Commons license. Some rights reserved.

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