How Then Shall We Live? with Rev. Michael Crumpler

Please join us this Sunday to contemplate living in a world that is often unjust.  How do we build bridges across our divisions?  Via pre-recorded video, the Rev. Michael Crumpler will present “How Then Shall We Live”.  Readings from the works of James Baldwin will be shared.  Live music provided by the accomplished pianist, Lisa Weiss.

Biographies
“Rev. Michael J. Crumpler joined the UUA in early 2017. Shortly thereafter, he was ordained to Reverend in the United Church of Christ. Michael lives in Harlem and is very active in social justice ministry at the historic Judson Memorial Church of New York City and the surrounding queer community. He is most passionate about intersectional ministry centered in blackness, queerness, HIV/AIDS, economic justice, and emotional well-being.” from https://www.uua.org/people/michael-j-crumpler
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Pianist Lisa Weiss
Ms. Weiss is a frequent visitor to MV and has been making music here in various capacities for over 3 decades. She is a Professor Emeritus of Music at Goucher College. A native of Quincy, MA, she began soloing with the Boston Pops at the Esplanade at age seven. She holds a Doctorate (Peabody Conservatory) and Masters (Yale University) in piano performance.  On Saturday February 24th, she’ll perform a 4-hand piano recital with Molly Sturges at the Edgartown Public Library at 6:30PM.