About our service:
Claudia’s sermon will explore how we should think about what we say and who we say it to so that we can create Beloved Community.
About our speaker:
Claudia Marshall is a native of Jacksonville, Florida She attended local public schools and graduated from Ribault Senior High School. She is a graduate of Bethune-Cookman College an HBCU, with a B.A. in Political Science. Claudia is retired, a former Duval County Public School Teacher for 25 years teaching World History, American Government, American History, and Advanced Placement classes in Government and Micro and Macro Economics. Claudia later obtained her master’s degree in Post and Secondary Education from Capella University. She has been married to Donald Marshall for 36 years whom she met in college, and they have one son, Hamilton, who lives in Tucson, Arizona. Claudia enjoys being a member of Buckman Bridge working with several committees such as ICARE and the Worship Team as a Worship Leader. She is presently serving as a Board Trustee. A creative person, Claudia enjoys many activities such as sewing, knitting, card making, gardening, and taking care of her pets. She also enjoys occasionally singing and playing musical instruments.
Caitlin has loved to sing all her life. In college, she regularly performed the National Anthem for the Hudson Valley Renegades, the Single-A baseball team for the Tampa Bay Rays, later became the lead singer for her church’s worship band and has been a member of the Jacksonville Symphony Chorus since 2012. Her favorite audience, however, is her two young daughters, who love to hear “If,” by Bread, and Elvis Presley’s “I Can’t Help Falling In Love With You” before bed each night.