11/3 Matthew Larkin, clarinet 11/10 Franklin Keel, cello 11/17 Andy Jurik, guitar 11/24 Kate Steinbeck, flute
Trinity Episcopal Church will present three free recitals at Noon on December 5th, 12th, and 19th. After the 30 minute recitals, lunch will be served for a donation of $5. Artists are soprano Joyce Guyer on December 5th, pianist Kimberly Cann on December 12th and organist Kyle Ritter on December 19th.
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On Sunday, December 8, at 6:30 pm, Trinity Episcopal Church will host a candlelit Labyrinth Walk in Tuton Hall. All are invited to take a short time away from the frenzy and busyness of the upcoming Christmas season to prayerfully participate in the season of Advent – the season of anticipation and waiting. If you have never walked a labyrinth before, or if you have walked many times, we invite you to experience this ancient spiritual practice as an opportunity to slow down and take a breath and spend some time in quiet reflection, looking expectantly to the coming of God’s light, Jesus, who shines in the darkness.