a"How We Get Free"
Virtual Worship Service
Community Church of Chapel Hill, Unitarian Universalist
“How We Get Free”
Rev. Thom Belote, Minister
Nathan Kosiba, Worship Associate
Opening Screen - 00:00
Gathering Music: “I Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be Free” (The In House Band, with guest pianist, Josh Socolar) - 00:06
Welcome (Nathan Kosiba) - 3:13
Opening Hymn: #153 Oh, I Woke Up This Morning - 3:40
Call To Worship from "Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community” by Martin Luther King, Jr. (Nathan Kosiba) - 6:52
Within These Walls - 8:00
Chalice Lighting, adapted from Martin Luther King, Jr. (Nathan Kosiba) - 9:10
Musical Presentation - “If I Could Help Somebody” by Alma Bazel Androzza (Josh Socolar and Bianca Rodriguez) - 9:43
Reading from “A Network of Mutuality” by Martin Luther King, Jr. (Nathan Kosiba) - 12:43
Meditation Hymn: #1035 Freedom is Coming - 13:49
Sermon: “How We Get Free” (Rev. Thom Belote) - 15:56
Musical Presentation: “Precious Lord, Take My Hand” by Rev. Thomas A. Dorsey (Josh Socolar and Bianca Rodriguez) - 34:13
Joys & Sorrows (Rev. Thom Belote) - 37:49
Closing Hymn: #149 Lift Every Voice and Sing - 43:38
Extinguishing the Chalice (Rev. Thom Belote) - 47:38
Closing Song: Shalom - 48:12
Special Thanks to today’s virtual choir: Jane Provan, Dana Lundquist, Cheryl Diegel, Amy Shaub Maddox, Charly Maddox, Annie Huntly, Ginger Long, Jena Kaizen, Steve Day, Paul Esklidsen, Scott Provan
Thanks also to the “In House Band” of Jay Miller, Danny Gotham, Richard Edwards and Max Kuhlman, with guest pianist Josh Socolar
Thanks to those involved in the reprise of #153 Oh, I Woke Up This Morning: Lex Headley, Jane Provan, Jena Kaizen, Linda Thompson, Kirsten Bergman, Ivy Brezina, Steve Day, Brian Moyer, George Thompson and Josh Socolar
"Imagining a Better World"
Marion Hirsch and Kat Good
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