“Solas” Celtic Winter Gathering December 7th
St John’s Episcopal Church on 1419 Pine Street in Boulder is offering an evening of Celtic music and worship. On Sunday December 7th at 6:00pm the church will hold a gathering in the tradition of Celtic Christianity. Some of the hallmarks of Celtic Christianity are hospitality, equality, and inclusion; a deep connection with the earth as mother; the engagement of poetry, art, story-telling, and song; and experiential participatory worship that draws in all the senses.
Celtic musicians Jessie Burns (fiddle), Margot Krimmel (harp and vocals), Beth Gadbaw (drums and vocals), and Annie Sirotniak (guitar) will offer beautiful and meditative music and lead attendees in song.
Choral Compline this Sunday, 9:00pm: An American Compline
Join us in downtown Boulder this Sunday evening for "An American Compline," featuring our beloved friend Stephen Paulus' beautiful Pilgrim's Hymn, a wonderful arrangement of Abide with Me by Greg Jasperse, and more.
“It feels like floating in a bathtub full of warm water and grace.”
Join us and experience the peace and mystery of this ancient liturgy!
Thanksgiving Eve Ecumenical Worship & Pie Fellowship
This joint event will be held at Trinity Lutheran on Wednesday, November 26th at 7 pm. Join in worship with 4 other downtown churches (Pine Street Church, First Congregational, Trinity Lutheran, and First United Methodist). Service is at 7 pm. followed by fellowship (with lots of pie!!). Plan to join us for this wonderful time together. Bring a pie to share!
November Adult Forums
November 23 -- Getting Pserious About the Psalms
A look at the many ways psalms can enrich our prayer, learning, and worship
Presented by: Father Ben and Tom Morgan
Attend if you: Want to learn how to use psalms---spoken aloud, read silently, or sung—to enrich your spiritual practice
For a complete list of Adult Forums for Fall/Winter 2014 click here.
Paul, Rome and the Kingdom of God
Join preeminent New Testament scholars Marcus Borg and John Dominic Crossan on location in Turkey as they trace the Apostle Paul's footsteps throughout the Roman Empire. This 12-session DVD and web-based study explores fresh insights into Paul's message of the Kingdom of God, its challenge to Roman imperial theology, and the apostle's radical relevance for today. Filmed in high definition across Turkey, Greece, and Italy. Participant Guide written by John Dominic Crossan.