The service will feature music about Mary. We will connect to both the well known biblical story of Mary as the mother of Jesus, but also hear folk tales about Mary's life from the German tradition, a devotional song from Cuba, and an invocation written after the 2003 tsunami asking for Mary's help in overcoming damage caused by storms and floods, which is a relevant concern for so many today. The service will feature some holiday carols and prayers from Rev. Tracey Robinson-Harris, and will include performances by Sanghee Kim (pianist/organist), Lindsay Conrad (soprano), Caitlin Felsman (mezzo-soprano), and a professional string quartet. The concert is free and open to the public, and we see it as our musical holiday gift to the community. The prelude will begin about 10 minutes before 5:00p. Come early and get your seat. THIS Sunday, December 3, at 5 pm in the Sanctuary.
Childcare will be available in lower Fellowship Hall.