Speaker: Terry E. Carter
Terry E. Carter is a gifted writer and speaker. He was born and raised in Medford and educated in the Medford Public Schools. He is also a classically-trained poet whose literary influences range from Shakespeare to the Harlem Renaissance. Terry is a husband, a father, an ordained deacon, and an arts minister. He enjoys taking contemporary life and faith experiences and translating them into word pictures that engage people in a truly unique way. He has published five volumes of inspired poetry, including his new book, Brown Skin and the Brave New World: A Poet’s Anthem, released in the Fall of 2020. Terry directs Elder Services at the historic West Medford Community Center and has just been named Medford’s first-ever Poet Laureate. To learn more about Terry, visit his website: www.brownskinnedpoet.net
Medford’s first-ever poet laureate returns to our pulpit on Sunday, April 11. In keeping with April’s Soul Matters theme of Becoming, Terry E. Carter will explore how we continue to evolve as spiritual beings in a more and more imperiled human society.
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Order Of Service
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Join us for Sunday worship as we continue to explore September’s theme of Expectation with guest minister Rev. Terry E. Carter. The title of his sermon is “Tolerance Ain’t Easy”.
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