“From Selma to the Biltmore”
In 1966, the Reverend Martin Luther King delivered the Ware Lecture to the General Assembly of the Unitarian Universalist Association. He encouraged us not to sleep through the revolution. Rev. Anne will explore the meaning his words still have for us today.
Rev. Anne Mason, Worship Leader
For this Sunday’s service honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., the sanctuary choir will sing Bob Chilcott’s serene choral arrangement of U2’s “MLK” with soloist Austin Burns. They will also sing John Rutter’s passionate “Distant Land.” Elizabeth Walsh and Austin Burns will sing James Taylor’s poignant “Shed a Little Light.” For the instrumental music, Rip Jackson will play on the piano Scott Joplin’s lyrical “Solace” (from the movie The Sting) and also his energetic “Maple Leaf Rag.”