Music Sunday: Dark Night of the Soul
presented by The Cantabile Chorale and John Hubert, Director of Music
February 25, 9:15 & 11:00 a.m.
Join us this week for a Music Sunday, when we focus our Sunday Services on the transformative power of music. Our Chamber choir, the Cantabile Chorale, will be joined by Sarah Libert’s beautiful piano playing and a string quartet of fine musicians in their presentation of Ola Gjeilo’s profound work Dark Night of the Soul. The music is a dramatic setting of the medieval poem by St. John of the Cross that offers both the chaos of a person experiencing a ‘dark night’ as well as the peace that comes when the ‘dark night’ is over.
Exploring Our Call to Sanctuary
February through May, 2018
February 4, 2018, we kicked off a congregation-wide discernment process to consider whether to become a Host Congregation in the Sanctuary Movement. Meet our leaders in the discernment process, learn more about our timeline, and find out how you can get involved here.
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