Beth Curtis presents
“The Earth Journal, Inspired by Nature”
Elizabeth DeCoux, Worship Leader
Dr. Gary Smart, Accompanist
Jarrett Carter, Jazz Guitar, Guest Musician
In celebration of Earth Day, Beth will be presenting “The Earth Journal, Inspired by Nature,” an exploration into the seminal experiences and ideas that have informed the spiritual reverence that she feels for this planet.
About Our Speaker:
Growing up in the Unitarian Universalist faith has allowed Beth a lifetime (thus far, at least) to explore where spiritual meaning lies on a very personal level. The UU faith has also allowed and even encouraged for that meaning to change and evolve. But time and again, Beth has found that the one true thing, the spiritual constant of her faith, is her relationship with nature and the interconnected web of life and existence.
Jarrett Carter is a professional musician, composer, and teacher, based in Jacksonville. He began playing guitar when he was ten years old and soon began to study classical guitar with Don Casper at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts. He then went on to study jazz guitar with Bobby Ferrazza at the Oberlin Conservatory of Music where he earned his bachelor’s degree in jazz performance. He currently plays with a plethora of musicians covering genres ranging from jazz and classical to pop, rock, and country, primarily in Jacksonville and greater northeast Florida.