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Until the end of March, the church will remain closed to all in-person activities. At that time, the Board will assess the current situation to decide what next steps should be.

Ministerial Duo The Cap & The Collar

Headline March 28 Coffeehouse

 

Temple B’nai Israel’s Rabbi Yossi Liebowitz has been a friend to UUCS for many years, sharing his wit, wisdom and musical talents from our pulpit on numerous occasions. He is a proponent of interfaith dialogue and uses music and humor as conduits to richer connection.

 

Methodist Pastor Dr. Paul Harmon, of Washington Street United Methodist Church in Columbia, is a folk singer and guitar picker. The two met in 2003 at a Rotary Club meeting and hit it off. They teamed up for a Rotary Club gig and The Cap & The Collar duo was born.

For more than three decades Rabbi Yossi and Pastor Paul have served their respective congregations with devotion and enthusiasm, bringing their musical talents, charm, and humor to their pulpits. As The Cap & The Collar Duo they have entertained hundreds at churches, synagogues, charity events & service organizations. With a mix of traditional folk, country & original songs, their inspiration serves as a bridge between faiths & peoples. If you are looking for a delightful evening of song & comedy then The Cap and the Collar is for you!

The show kicks off at 7 p.m. on Saturday, March 28. Please remember to bring a non-perishable food item for our TOTAL Ministries Food Barrel. Admission is a suggested donation of $5 or more. You can learn more about this duo by visiting capandcollar.com.

For questions, email coffeehouse@uucs.org.