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Special Fall Worship Service to Be Held in September

Aug. 21, 2013

The Baylor School of Social Work will hold its annual Fall Worship Service Thurs., Sept. 26, at 7 p.m., in the George W. Truett Theological Seminary Chapel with three very special honored guests.

Rev. Bill Lawson, pastor emeritus of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church in Houston, Texas, will be our guest speaker for the evening, and the music will be led by the Baylor Men's Choir, under the direction of Randall Bradley.

Rev. Lawson is a pioneer of the Civil Rights Movement and is one of three special guests that will be in attendance. Ms. Freddie Mae Bason and Ms. Verlene Farmer Goatley will also be our honored guests at the service. These two ladies integrated the Carver School of Missions and Social Work in the early 1950s paving the way for generations to come and follow in their footsteps in proclaiming God's word.

The event is free and open to the public and will be a special night of worship! Join us.