“Come Together: Finding a Center in a Polarized World”

Join us in person in the Sanctuary or online live →https://bit.ly/Sunday-Morning-Worship-at-FUCSJ

Meeting ID: 991 2292 1439 / Password: FUCSJ
By phone: 669 900 6833 US (San Jose area)

Find your local number: https://uuma.zoom.us/u/abeU54lCqn

Don’t miss this service, especially if you like live acoustic music — or you just need some feel good time. Get Together, the 1967 song made popular by the Youngbloods, was part of a pop mindset that the world was on
the verge of an enlightened Age of Aquarius. What actually arrived were culture wars.

Guest speaker/performer Steve Seskin from the North Bay will talk about his experiences as a singer/songwriter and educator working for years in Nashville, Texas and Florida, often with folks of very different political and cultural backgrounds.

He’ll perform some of his songs and share experiences that suggest alternatives for living in a diverse and sometimes
divided world. Steve has written seven number one songs, including Grammy-nominated “Grown Men Don’t Cry,” as recorded by Tim McGraw. One of his songs, “Don’t Laugh at Me,” spawned Operation Respect, a project that aims to create emotionally safe,nurturing environments for children, where they can learn academics as well as respect, compassion and how to celebrate rather than be threatened by diversity. Peter Yarrow of Peter, Paul and Mary once said, “In this dark period of our history, Steve leads us back to our humanity and our light.”

Special Guests: Alphabeat— An acapella vocal group including Federico Madden. They’re the coolest thing to come out of Google since AI!

Worship Leader: Steve Seskin

Worship Associate: Rick Merritt


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