Courtesy of Hancock Church

Bill McKibben preaches in a special morning worship at Hancock Church on Sept. 11 at 10:00 a.m., followed by a time for questions and answers. Recently McKibben wrote an insightful book titled The Flag, The Cross, and The Station Wagon: A Graying American Looks Back At His Suburban Boyhood, and Wonders What the Hell Happened. McKibben reflects on his childhood in Lexington in light of major societal shifts across the country in recent decades. This book will be relevant to the Q&A, but please come whether you’ve read the book or not!

This event can be attended either in-person or virtually. Both morning worship and the Q&A will be livestreamed via youtube.com/HancockChurch. Hancock Church is an open and affirming, immigrant welcoming church in the heart of Lexington, right on the Battle Green at 1912 Massachusetts Ave in Lexington, MA 02421. Contact Office@HancockChurch.org or call (781) 862-4220 with any questions. Our building has handicap parking, chair lifts, and an elevator. More information can be found on the website at www.hancockchurch.org.

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