Here’s what’s happening at Holy Trinity Inwood.
- Wed., Jul. 11, Evening Prayer, Vicarage, 7pm (followed by adult Christian education at 7:30pm)
- Sun., Jul. 15, Advisory Board Meeting, 12-2pm (No Advisory Board meeting in August)
- Wed., Jul. 18, Evening Prayer, Vicarage, 7pm (followed by adult Christian education at 7:30pm)
- Wed., Jun. 25, Evening Prayer, Vicarage, 7pm (followed by adult Christian education at 7:30pm)
- Jul 30 – Aug 12, Church Office closed
- Aug. 20-24, M-F, Vacation Bible School
- Sun., Aug. 26, Morning Prayer, 10:30am (No Communion)
- Mon., Sep. 3, Labor Day, Church Office closed
Summer Study on the Psalms, Wednesdays, June 13 to July 25 at 7pm in the (air-conditioned) Vicarage
Would you throw your enemy’s baby against a rock? Pray for someone to lose their job and have everything stolen? Or just wish they’d dig a big hole and fall in it? All this anger (and a good deal of joy to balance things out) is found in the Psalms. If you’ve ever wondered what’s really going on with these short songs we read every Sunday, you are not alone. C.S. Lewis was scratching his head, too. So he wrote a book about them, “Reflections on the Psalms,” which we’ll study together this summer. Along the way we’ll listen to some Gregorian and Anglican chant, and some modern “psalmists” like Bruce Springsteen. We might even try our hand at writing our own psalms. We’ll conclude by looking at how we’re currently incorporating the psalms in our Sunday worship (cantor verses / congregational refrain) and consider possible alternatives. (No meeting July 4th. Please email the Vicar at email@example.com to join the study.)
Last updated: July 8, 2018.