Barry Robinson, Navy veteran and pastor of the Williamstown United Methodist Church, has a dual perspective when he recalls the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
Robinson had already completed his military service and was working in ministry, while continuing his education at the University of Southern Mississippi, when Islamic terrorists attacked New York City and the Pentagon.
“I just remember the shock and the feelings I had was just the anger—how dare they? How dare they attack us? I was just so upset and angry.”