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What To Do: Then And Now?

Deryck True

Sunday Service on Zoom at 10 a.m.

We are certainly living in interesting times, as the old Chinese curse has it. But we’ve been through turbulent and seemingly existential challenges before. Lay leader, Deryck True, examines the explosive America of the 1960s and his responses then, as a teenager, compared to our current threats and what he sees as his responsibilities and plans for tomorrow and the days to follow.

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