Sunday Service

In western mythology, women are made responsible for all the world’s woes. Unconscious adherence to this mythos has had a detrimental effect on the psychology of both men and women. In honor of Women’s History Month, Regie Gibson dives into the story of Pandora to see what modern spiritual and life lessons we can draw upon to pass on to our daughters and help better our world.

Regie O’Hare Gibson, Worship Leader

There will be Sunday school for Pre-K through 8th grade. The nursery will be open for babies and toddlers.

This Sunday our guest speaker, Regie O’Hare Gibson will share his poignant and profound performance poem “Mother Africa.” He will be accompanied by a percussion ensemble. They will also present Regie’s inspiring “Our Mother: A Blues Prayer,” which is “The Lord’s Prayer reimagined. Austin Burns will sing Jacqueline Hairston’s inspirational arrangement of “No Ways Tired.” Elizabeth Walsh will sing Enya’s hauntingly mystical “Evening Falls” (from Watermark). For the centering music and postlude, Rip Jackson will play Scott Joplin’s wonderful piano pieces “Solace” and “The Maple Leaf Rag.”

Click here to listen to last week’s Celebration Sunday sermon by Rev. Anne Mason.