Be happy. Bobby McFerrin attends an Episcopal Church.

Bobby McFerrin talks with Kim Lawton of Religion & Ethics Newsweekly about music for spiritual journey, and remembers wanting to be an Anglican monk. It’s worth sitting through the 30 second commercial for this excellent eight minute piece.

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  1. Heidi Haverkamp

    “I’m spiritual, not religious.” I don’t know – he sounds pretty religious to me! Reads the Bible daily? Seeks out a church to attend when he travels? Identifies with the Episcopal Church (even loosely)? Feels music is his calling from God? Maybe we just have different definitions of that word – “religious” – I imagine most folks think it means “proselytizing” or “fundamentalist” or “self-righteous”?

  2. Tommy Dillon+

    Bobby was a member of St Aidan’s when he lived in San Francisco and when he is back in town he comes back to worship with us. One can tell he is a man of deep prayer during the liturgy. I just love me some Bobby McFerrin and am glad he is an Episcopalian!

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