What do you remember from Sept. 11, 2001?
Where were you? What did you experience? What did you learn?
Video: Thoughts that linger, lessons learned, from 9/11:
Please share your 9/11 story. Post your comment on this story, drop us an email, or leave a voice message at 973-944-0530. Tell us a little about yourself–where you’re from, and what you remember. If we get enough voice messages, we may include them in a future episode of The Morristown Green Podcast.
How do you compare 9/11 with other momentous events in your lifetime?
If you were born after 9/11, what impact do you think those attacks have had upon your generation? How has it shaped your future?
Here are upcoming 9/11 services in our area:
Friday, Sept. 10, 2021:
Ceremony at Morris Plains Memorial Park, 10 a.m., corner of Routes 53 and 202. Guest speaker: Capt. Richard Thornton.
Saturday, Sept. 11:
St. Peter’s Episcopal Church in Morristown will toll its 49-bell carillon at 8:46 am, 9:03 am, 9:37 am and 10:03 am — marking the times when the Twin Towers were struck, and when they fell. A prayer service will follow on the Great Lawn at 11:15 AM, with a carillon memorial concert by Lisa Lonie at 11:30 am.
Madison will host a ceremony at 8:45 am at the 9/11 Memorial on Condurso Way. A bugler will play, the Hartley Dodge Memorial Horn will be blown for each of the four airlines lost, clergy will offer prayers and town officials will speak. Names of six Madison residents who perished will be read aloud. Then, bagpipers will lead volunteers carrying an American flag down Kings Road to the public safety complex.
St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Morris Township is staging a candlelight memorial, 6:30 pm, 100 Harter Road. It’s an indoor ceremony, with masking and social distancing. All are welcome.
Sunday, Sept. 12:
Ceremony at Morris County 9/11 Memorial Park, 6 pm, West Hanover Road, Parsippany. New York Firefighter Rebecca Asaro will remember her dad, a fireman killed on 9/11.
Video: ‘Never Forget’ walk, Morristown, Labor Day Weekend 2021: