This Coming Sunday
We invite you to join our Sunday morning service in person or online.
You can watch Sunday's live-stream service beginning at 11am.
You can also visit our YouTube channel directly for upcoming live-stream videos.
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Below is a preview of this coming Sunday!
(updated each Wednesday)
Climate Action Workshop:
In this interactive workshop, we will explore some of the most effective ways individuals can address climate change, including at the personal, community, and policy levels. Participants will create their own climate action Venn diagrams. Please have paper and a pen or pencil handy.
Join us via Zoom; the log in details are located on our Online Gatherings page.
Previously recorded Adult Education sessions can be viewed on the public page: About our church/Adult Education/Adult Education Recordings.
Member's spiritual journeys can be viewed on the password protected page: Member Area/Adult Education Recordings.
Children & Youth Gatherings
Kid's Corner and Youth Group meetings will be at Covenant outside for the summer.
We turn our attention to Esther this Sunday. The book of Esther is an unusual book in our canon. What does this story evoke in us? What does this story and the fact that it is preserved and told again and again teach us about the power of story?
Scripture: Esther 4:1-17; 7:1-10; 9:20-22
- Laura Mayo
[Last Sunday's proclamation can be heard on iTunes, our Podcast, or the website.]
Antonio Lotti (5 January 1667 – 5 January 1740) was an Italian composer of the Baroque era. Lotti was born in Venice, although his father Matteo was Kapellmeister at Hanover at the time. Lotti made his career at St Mark's Baslica, the principal church of Venice, first as an alto singer, then as assistant to the second organist, then as second organist, then as first organist, and finally as maestro di cappella (Master of the church's music), a position he held until his death. We will hear Lotti's motet, "Miserere Mei", in the English translation, "Grant Us Mercy, O Lord" sung by the Covenant Singers.
- David Lee