Time: 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Unitarian Universalist Fellowship of Fayetteville
It’s a raising of voices and of spirits as composer and guitarist Jim Scott leads songs of earth, peace, community, love and just fun – for everyone to join in. There’s a real call to activism – from Jim’s newest song “Immigrants” to his eco-anthem “We Are the Earth” to songs from Jim’s Earth and Spirit Songbook and other famous movement songs. And Jim remembers Pete Seeger, with some of his well-loved songs. Jim knew Pete for many years and collaborated on projects with the folk legend.
Suggested Donation: $10-$20 sliding scale, or what you can afford. Kids invited free, child care available.
A life-long UU with songs in our Hymnbooks (Gather the Spirit), Jim’s visited over 700 UU churches in more than three decades of travels. Jim played for years with the Paul Winter Consort and was co-composer of their celebrated Missa Gaia/Earth Mass. His enchanting manner and guitar skill moved folk legend Pete Seeger to call him “Some kind of magician.” With lyrical melodies, well-crafted words, guitar mastery and humor, Jim turns any audience into an intimate gathering.