SPECIAL EVENTS AT EAST LIBERTY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Current Worship Opportunities
Labyrinth Worship and Taizé Worship
Morning Glory Worship, Samaritan Worship, and Sanctuary Worship
This is an archive page. For current details about the worship, education, and event schedule at ELPC, see the above links and Reaching Out, the Online Newsletter from The Cathedral of Hope.
SPECIAL PAGES ON THE WEB
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Homosexuality and the Bible, with an introduction by Barbara Wheeler, President of Auburn Theological Seminary, articles by Ulrich Mauser, Professor of New Testament at Princeton Seminary (formerly at Pittsburgh Theological Seminary and ELPC), and Walter Wink, Professor of Biblical Interpretation at Auburn Seminary, make this a thought-provoking read.
Excellence can lead to love, an essay on diversity in the local church, with links to some timely thoughts by John Calvin on diversity of opinion in the Church.
Free Will and the Omnipotence of God: a delightful collection of simple Principles, gorgeous Poetry, and brilliant Pedantry. What a confabulatory conundrum!
Presbyweb - What's New on PC(USA) Web Pages Today has a wonderfully compendious list of web offerings from all points of the poliltical and theological spectrum. Fascinating.
Please send me any suggestions for Internet resources of interest or edification that you'd like to see on this or other pages at the ELPC site. My e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Prior Special Events at ELPC ....
John Rutter's Requiem is March 15, 1998
Since January, your Chancel Choir has been hard at work preparing one of the most lovely pieces of choral literature - the John Rutter Requiem. This seven movement work explores questions of faith during hard times, God's nteraction in our lives today, and reminds us of God's continual presence in our lives through the words of the psalmist: Though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death I will fear no evil, for you, God, are with me; your rod and your staff comfort me. Join us as we, the choir, with soloists, organ and instrumental ensemble, share this inspired work during the Sanctuary Service at
11:00 AM on March 15. Come early at 10:45 AM for meditative preparation through prayer and scripture readings.
In the last season . . . .
Sunday, November 16, the Xpressions Contemporary Dance Company led worship at Morning Glory (9 AM) and the Abby Brass played at the 11 AM worship service
Taizé Youth Meetings for December 3 and December 10
Saturday, December 13 and Sunday, December 14, the Renaissance City Choirs Christmas Concerts were held at 7:30 PM on Saturday and 3 PM on Sunday
Looking back . . . .
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