This service offers a time for meditation, reflection, and renewal through music, brief words, and silence. Come sing, light a candle, and nurture your spirit during this nontraditional worship experience - and bring a friend! There will be a rehearsal from 6 to 6:45 pm for singers who would like to learn the harmonies to the chants we will sing.
We are also looking for instrumentalists interested in participating, but would need to know in advance who is able to come. For more information, please contact Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger at 603-410-4830 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our Adult Enrichment Committee is coordinating a carpool to attend a performance by Peter Mayer at Tupelo Hall in Londonderry.
He's back! Some of you may remember Peter doing a service and performing at our coffee hour about 10 years ago. Peter's acoustic music appeals on many levels. His "Blue Boat Home" from the teal hymnal has been sung by our congregation. Come join friends for a fun, relaxing evening of all-ages entertainment. We will meet at 7pm in church lot for carpooling. Please purchase your own reserved seats as soon as possible at $22 (plus $2 service chg) (see FAQs http://www.tupelohalllondonderry.com/ticket_info.html). They are going quickly!
Help raise funds for our church by having lunch or dinner at Uno's Chicago Grill on Fort Eddy Rd. Coupons to participate are available in January Parish Notes and at church. Bring your coupon to Uno's anytime on Jan. 13 for dine-in or take-out, and Uno's will donate 20% of the sale the the church.
“Inside Out,” Rachel Vogelzang. Tattoos and piercings are a form of body modification that can serve to express some of what is inside a person on the outside. Although sometimes condemned by certain parts of society, these kinds of body modification can encourage us to look more carefully at the ways in which people choose to express their insides on the outside, and look at some of the ways in which we express our own selves to the world.