ICARE Justice Ministry Sunday
Rev. Angela Scott presents
“Do the Right Thing”
With Claudia Marshall as Worship Leader
Dr. Gary Smart, Accompanist
Dr. Sunshine Simmons, Guest Musician, Clarinet
About our service:
The sermon will focus on the use of power by persons of elevated position, and express what is expected of persons of power. We will look at what the Bible says to persons of power about doing what is just and right. We’ll look at how we can expect our leaders to do what is just and right through opportunities at ICARE.
The service will feature our annual ICARE Commissioning Ceremony for the BBUUC ICARE Justice Ministry’s Network Members.
About our guest speaker:
Reverend Angela Scott was raised in a Christian home by parents who loved God and taught her the power of a relationship with Jesus Christ early in life. As a result, she accepted Christ as her personal savior at a very early age. She studied Computer Science in college and has worked in the information technology industry her entire career. Reverend Scott is currently working towards her Master of Divinity degree at Asbury Theology Seminary in Orlando, Florida. She feels positioned by God in several ministries where her God-given gifts and talents have been utilized to further His mission here on earth. She currently serves as Sunday School teacher, Midweek Bible Study facilitator, and Justice Ministry Leader at Philip R. Cousin African Methodist Episcopal Church under the leadership of Rev. Roger L. D. Williams, Esq. Her life aspiration is that God gets glory from every aspect of her life.
About our guest musician:
Dr. Sunshine Simmons is the Associate Professor of Clarinet at the University of North Florida. Her orchestral experience has included positions in Oregon, Michigan, Illinois, New Mexico, and Indiana. She has performed with symphony orchestras in Chicago, Detroit, Atlanta, Milwaukee, and Grant Park, as well as the Santa Fe Opera and Lyric Opera Orchestra. Sunshine has participated in the Aspen Music Festival, Spoleto Festival USA, Ravinia Festival, and the St. Augustine Music Festival. Internationally, she has performed in Chile, Romania, Japan and in Belgium through the International Clarinet Association. She has taught masterclasses in clarinet throughout the U.S.