About our Service
Pete Seeger used folk music to build community. For in community, there laid the possibility for political action. A Unitarian Universalist, Seeger’s songs bolstered the labor movement of the 1940s, the civil rights marches and anti-Vietnam War rallies of the 1960s, and environmental and antiwar causes of the 1970s. We celebrate the songs of Pete Seeger and other contemporary musicians who helped shape America’s folk revival movement.
Our very talented in-house musicians will lead us in songs about labor, civil rights, peace, and the hope for a better world. We will post words to the songs so everyone can sing along.
Worship Leader: Viqui Hilliard
Accompanist: Sydney Crisp