Singing for Religious Freedom

The time was 1984.  The place Tokyo Japan at the conference for the International Association of Religious Freedom.  This was a conference with religious leaders from around the world, and the Sepulveda Unitarian Universalist Society choir was there and sang at the conference.

Gloria Burr, member of UU of Santa Clarita Valley will invite you on a journey of reflection with her. During this hour of contemplation, we will explore what it is to reflect on a specific moment of our personal past as a means of introspection and understanding. Additionally, guest performer is Kozue Matsumoto will be sharing traditional Japanese music on the koto.

Please join us in the “Japan Experience”.

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