History is full of traps—places where we get stuck or stories we forget at our own peril. History can be inspirational, it can hold us back, or be a source of learning. This Sunday guest minister, Rev. Dr. Nicole Kirk, will explore with us the power of history, personal and institutional.
Rev. Dr. Nicole Kirk, Guest Minister
There will be Sunday School for Pre-K through 8th grade. The nursery will be open for babies and toddlers.
This Sunday, guest pianist Yukiko Sekino and our alto soloist Julia Jaffee will provide the music for worship. Julia will sing Moses Hogan’s joyful arrangement of “Walk Together Children” and César Franck’s serene “Panis Angelicus” (from Messe à trois voix, Op. 12). Yukiko will play 4 lovely classical piano pieces during the service: Bach’s stately “Allemande” and “Sarabande” (from Partita No. 4 in D major, BWV 828), Mozart’s lyrical “Adagio” (from Sonata in F major, K. 280) and Shostakovich’s lively “Prelude in d minor” (from Twenty Four Preludes and Fugues).
Click here to listen to Rev. Helen Lutton Cohen’s sermon of February 19th, “Boundaries.”