Sunday Service

In these days of cultural change and volatility, we realize that in this world of ours, we all carry scars and we have all caused wounds. Instead of seeking ‘safe space’, let us consider creating ‘brave space’ where, as Micky ScottBey Jones calls us to do, we can amplify voices that fight to be heard elsewhere, and call each other to more truth and more love. Please join Rev. Anne Mason this Sunday at 10:30am.

Early American choral music will be featured during the service. The sanctuary choir will sing Jeremiah Ingalls joyful shape note piece “New Jerusalem” and Alice Parker’s reverent setting of “To God, In Whom I Trust.” Austin Burns, Chris Hess, Tim Jacoby and David Meharry will sing a very early shape note setting of John Newton’s “Amazing Grace.” For the centering music and postlude, Rip Jackson will play organ arrangements of both the “Adagio” and “Hornpipe” from Handel’s “Water Music.”

Click here to listen to last week’s sermon by Rev. Anne Mason, “If Not Now, When?