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; Psalm 29; 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