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This week, we explore the somewhat esoteric Christian doctrine known as the Trinity. Three in one, one in three. Holy, holy, holy (or in Latin: sanctus, sanctus, sanctus). In his sermon Sanctus Covidendtus, Rev. Meyers will use the prophet Isaiah's call story and Nicodemus' visit to Jesus by night to imagine what a 'trinitarian mission' for the church might look like in the coming months as we (hopefully!) emerge from the pandemic.

  • Carillon: Minuet (J.S. Bach arr. McDowell)
  • Prelude: 
    Prelude In E-flat Major (J.S. Bach)  
    O Lux Beata Trinitas (Praetorius)    
  • Readings: Isaiah 6:1-8; Romans 8:12-17; John 3:1-17
  • Anthem: Joy Cometh in the Morning (Utterback) 
  • Sermon: "Sanctus Covidendtus” 
  • Solo: La Spagna (Anon.)
  • Postlude: Fugue in E-flat Major (J.S. Bach)

Photo: “Trinity” by Kelly Latimore


The cornerstone of our week, Worship at 11am is offered under the leadership of The Rev. Jason Francis Meyers, Dr. Patricia Wright, lead singers and members of The Metropolitan Choir, and featured instrumentalists.

Please note that worship is currently online only, livestreamed from the sanctuary. The prelude begins at approximately 10:45am.

This service is livestreamed to Facebook ( and YouTube (subscribe to our channel). You can also find the service here on the site, at at 10:45am. You may need to refresh your page if you arrive early. Past services are found on the Sermons & Livestreams page.