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March 23 & 24 – “Waiting for Our Souls to Catch Up”
with Kelly J. Crocker, Minister of Congregational Life

It’s been said that life is about the journey, not the destination. There are times when our journeys feel long and hard and we aren’t quite sure how to continue. We’ll take a look at important pieces of our journeys—not travelling faster than our souls and our hearts can go, and how to allow periods of rest so we can travel fully these journeys of our lives.

On Saturday, Karlos Moser will play hymns, and soprano Amalia Goldberg will sing. On Sunday, flutist Marilyn Chohaney will collaborate with pianist Linda Warren for John Rutter’s Suite Antique.