This Sunday’s Virtual Service – What Are We Celebrating?

January 16 Service at 10:30 AM on Zoom

Rev. Carol Strecker, Interim Minister

We’ve been celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. Day as a federal holiday since 1986. It’s traditionally been a time to remember and celebrate Dr. King’s leadership and legacy during the Civil Rights Movement. This year, Dr. King’s family is asking us not to celebrate the past but to fight for voting rights in the face of legislation that threatens the very heart of our democracy. This year, it seems appropriate to honor Dr. King’s legacy by finding ways to put his words into action once again.

Bonnie Anderson will be our guest pianist this morning. She will be playing selections written by African American women composers.

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