We will have a very special visitor with us on September 11 at 2:00 p.m., a man who has traveled all the way from the 18th century to tell us a bit about his remarkable life.
He was, in turn, a successful businessman and printer, America’s most important and honored scientist, an inventor of importance, and an unequaled public servant, whose contributions to the growth of his adopted city, to diplomacy and to the founding of our nation were, according to General George Washington, unequaled in his time. On the eve of our own national elections and less than a week from the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution, we are delighted to have him with us.
This event is free and is open to the public, so please invite your friends. We advice that you arrive early to secure a parking spot and a seat in the sanctuary.