When a national decision is made, how far and wide do the ripples go? The story Pink and Say, a Civil War story by Patricia Polacco, frames our service’s theme and tells the story of two teens; Pink, a soldier from a family of slaves, and Say, a white soldier, and how the nation’s decision to fight a civil war, impacted their own decisions, friendship and their very lives. We’ll reflect on decisions, often out of our own control, that do change us, in remarkable ways. Junior Choir will present “There’s a River Flowin’ in My Soul,” a song written by Rose Saunders, Alabama’s first female African American judge.
With Worship Associate Dave Willet