One Voice: A Black History Narrative


What’s Happening?

Jeremiah “JDew” Dew will perform his “One Voice: A Black History Narrative” on Sunday, January 16 at 7:00pm in the First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary. JDew is a well-known and respected Greenville resident, having served as the “Director of Fun” for the Greenville Drive for ten years, as well as the on-court hype man for Clemson University Men’s and Women’s Basketball programs.

His “One Voice” narrative was birthed from the idea that many African-American trials and triumphs could be better explained by the voices themselves and not through a page or political platform. We invite you to come listen and learn as we mark the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This is a FREE event and all are welcome! Questions? Contact Chelsea Fraser, cfraser@firstpresgreenville.org or 864.520.4594.

Jeremiah “JDew” Dew will perform his “One Voice: A Black History Narrative” on Sunday, January 16 at 7:00pm in the First Presbyterian Church Sanctuary. JDew is a well-known and respected Greenville resident, having served as the “Director of Fun” for the Greenville Drive for ten years, as well as the on-court hype man for Clemson University Men’s and Women’s Basketball programs.

His “One Voice” narrative was birthed from the idea that many African-American trials and triumphs could be better explained by the voices themselves and not through a page or political platform. We invite you to come listen and learn as we mark the birthday of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

This is a FREE event and all are welcome! Questions? Contact Chelsea Fraser, cfraser@firstpresgreenville.org or 864.520.4594.

About the Event Host
Our vision is to grow faithful Christians who will boldly and in faith seek to engage and impact the culture with the transforming power of Jesus Christ.
When & Where
Jan 16, 2022, 7:00pm to 8:30pm
First Presbyterian Church
200 West Washington Street
Greenville, South Carolina
Free

Special Instructions
Parking is located in the lot adjacent to the church entrance on Richardson Street, in the Richardson Street garage, or in the lot across from 200 W. Washington Street.

What To Expect

Christianity

Storytelling

Performance Art

Community

Black History Month


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