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Stop by the Cloister Lounge Gallery at The Riverside Church and see our special Lenten exhibit, Portraits of Immigrants by Betsy Ashton. The exhibit is on display through April 22. Find out more about Lent at Riverside at https://hubs.ly/H0gVnNJ0.pic.twitter.com/Hp6jKngWlE
The number of students from our community educated through Freedom School in its first three years, including 50 students in 2018.Find out more in worship and at the Grateful gathering on Sunday, March 24.pic.twitter.com/x5IeAuSpE5
Trinity mourns the dozens of our siblings killed in the attacks on the mosques in Christchurch New Zealand. We will ring the Bell of Hope today (Friday March 15) at 12:45pm at St Paul’s Chapel to remember the lives lost. Join us for this tribute and prayer for a better world.pic.twitter.com/DB72PpCV3r
On Thursday, we’re celebrating Bach’s 334th birthday with cake, champagne, and a recital of Bach’s Orgelbüchlein, BWV 599–644 by Associate Director of Music Raymond Nagem. Dr. Nagam gives us a sneak peak with Vom Himmel hoch, BWV 606.pic.twitter.com/Kvsl9GLam5
In this moment of pain, brought about by hatred and intolerance, we must reaffirm the power of love across religious, racial, and national difference, and reject the violence of Islamophobia and racism.
Many have been fascinated by the Black Madonna over the years; this evening, understand & discover your connection..Alessandra Belloni will discuss her new book Healing Journeys With The Black Madonna followed by concert at Cathedral of St John the Divine https://bit.ly/2HGpzDUpic.twitter.com/zUGBSibOm6