Roger Gilkeson

A native of Northern Virginia, Roger GilkesonRoger is a graduate of Oberlin College, where he majored in English.  He spent 30 years as a writer-editor at the National Institutes of Health, and now lives happily in retirement in Washington, DC.  

He has attended Dumbarton UMC for over three decades; he sometimes plays piano for services, and especially enjoys his role as coordinator of  Adult Education programs on Sunday mornings.

Contributed Resources

Left-Handed Music

The example of playing a piano piece illustrates the point that using both hands creates beautiful harmony where each note is important just like each person is an important member of God’s world.