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Adult Education/Prayer - Nov 09

Concordia Concert - Nov 09

Adult Education/Prayer - Nov 16

Dryden Concert - Nov 16


Advent Reflection Day - Dec 06

Messiah - Dec 07

Concert/Hofstra - Apr 11

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Special Events

Nov 9 11:00 AM Adult Education/Prayer
Prayers I Have Known and Loved, Part 2 - Andrew Scrimgeour "Prayers can be eloquent and tidy. They also can be messy and offensive" says Andy Scrimgeour. He will continue to explore a broad range of prayers and stories about prayer that have burrowed into his soul over the years, some from this own pen.
Nov 9 3:00 PM Concordia Concert
Concordia Chamber Players - Bela Kovass - Hommage a F.S. Bach for solo clarinet Wolfgang A. Mozart string Quartet #21 in D major and Johannes Brahms Wuintet in B minor Opus 115 for clarinet and strings. Tickets are $25 online at or available at the door.
Nov 16 11:00 AM Adult Education/Prayer
To Pray Is to Enter God's Silence John G. McEllhenney. Our guest is a retired minister, author of several books on Methodist history, adjunct instructor at Drew Theological School, the author of A Masterwork of Doubting-Belief: R. S. Thomas and His Poetry (Wipf & Stock, 2013), and a good friend of Andy and Dot Scrimgeour. This session deals with prayer-poems of the Welsh poet-priest R. S. Thomas (1913-2000), who believed that when we are silent "we live best, within listening distance of the silence we call God." So while he was steeped in the written and spoken prayers of the Anglican tradition, he thought that prayer at its best is "the deep calling to deep of the psalm-writer" (Psalm 42:7).
Nov 16 3:00 PM Dryden Concert
The Dryden Ensemble celebrates its 20th Anniversary with the 2014-2015 concert series, opening the season with "Purcell: A Theatrical Musick." Tickets are available online, by mail or at the door $30 - students $10
Dec 6 9:00 AM Advent Reflection Day
ADVENT WITH GEORGE HERBERT: Come, quicken your spirituality in a unique way on the Advent Day of Reflection, Saturday, December 6, 2014, Chapel, 9 AM - Noon. Through selected poems of The Rev. George Herbert, 17th century Anglican priest and poet, we shall reflect on the Advent Candle themes of Hope, Love, Joy, and Peace, and shall see how these themes point to the fifth candle, Christ, who is the Light of the World. Herbert, who continues to be widely read and revered as a devout man of intellect, sensibility, and spiritual wisdom, will evoke in us the depths of the human heart with insight and sensitivity as only he can do. As one whose intimacy with God is known through his poems, we will appreciate Advent more and more as he writes, "We sing one common Lord; wherefore he should Himself the candle hold." Led by Ginny Sheay.
Dec 7 7:30 PM Messiah
Friends of Music presents Handel's Messiah will be Sunday, Dec. 7th at 7:30 p.m. Trinity's choir are preparing for the 16th annual performance for Messiah. Admission $20 adults - Children 12 and under $10
Apr 11 7:30 PM Concert/Hofstra


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