March 30 & 31 – “Pilgrimage”

One way that we may understand our lives is as a journey, but it may also be understood as a pilgrimage as described by many spiritual traditions. This idea suggests moving towards a place with the intention and the desire to encounter something deeply meaningful and transformative. This may change how we imagine the purpose of our lives, how we see each other, and the role of community in our lives.

On Saturday and Sunday, Assistant Music Director Linda Warren will play music for solo harp written by 20th-century harpist Marcel Tournier.


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