“Earth Changes, and Home Becomes Different Places”
Apr 22, 2018
10:30 am - 11:30 am
First Parish in Lexington
As we face the damage done by Climate Change, we know that we must do something as a nation. All of what we can do as a town, as a congregation, and as individuals must begin with one thing. We must learn to have reverence for the Earth, for the Earth is indeed our ‘Blue Boat Home.’
Please join Rev. Anne Mason this Sunday morning at 10:30.
On this Earth Sunday, the sanctuary choir will sing John Rutter’s passionate “For the Beauty of the Earth” and Paul Halley’s inspirational arrangement of “For the Blue Green Hills of Earth” (from Paul Winter’s Missa Gaia: A Mass for the Earth) with soloists Toni Tasker and Tim Jacoby. Elizabeth Walsh will sing the joyful “Oh, What a Beautiful Morning” (from Oklahoma!). And for the centering music and postlude, Rip Jackson will play two of his original compositions for piano “New England Marshlands” and “Mighty Oaks.”
There will be Sunday school for Pre-K through eight grade. The nursery will be open for infants and toddlers.