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WEDNESDAYS IN LENT

Wednesdays March 8, 15, 22, 29 & April 5

5:45PM Taize Eucharist – Cathedral

6:15PM Covered Dish Supper – Sayre Hall

7:00PM Program and Confirmation Classes

Jesus the Christ? Who is this Jesus? Jesus through the looking glass.  Join Dr. Tim Luckritz-Marquis, Professor of New Testament, Moravian Seminary, Dr. Walt Wagner, adjunct professor, Moravian Seminary, and Dr. Lloyd Steffen, Chaplain, Lehigh University, on a scriptural and historical journey designed to invite us into a deeper understanding and relationship with the Jesus we follow as our Christ

 


Mary Magdalene Bible Study

mary mTuesdays Feb 28 – April 4

9:30 – 11:00 am

Dining Room

Call 610.865.0727 or Email for more details

 

 

 

 


Stations of the Cross

Come and walk the Way of the Cross each Friday during Lent beginning at 6:30 pm in the Cathedral.

Stations of the Cross

 


 

Tai Chi

tai chi 1Saturdays March 4 – April 29

9:00 am

Sayre Hall

$45 for 9 classes

Centering Prayer in Good Shepherd Chapel for 30 min following Tai Chi Saturday Mornings during Lent.

Call 610.865.0727 or email for more details

 


 

Bach Organ Works

Organ-1Friday, March 24, 8 pm
All Bach program #13 in a series of complete works. E minor ‘Cathedral,’ C Major Preludes and Fugues, Neumeister chorales, Aria in F (Couperin), Pedal-Exercitium, Clavierübung III – manualiter.

Friday, April 7, 8 pm
All Bach program #14 in a series of complete works. C Major Toccata, Adagio, & Fugue, G minor Prelude and Fugue, Leipzig Chorales and Orgelbüchlein, Te Deum.

Friday, April 21, 8 pm
All Bach program #15 in a series of complete works. ‘Legrenzi Fugue,’ ‘Corelli Fugue,’ Neumeister and Leipzig Chorales, Trio No. 5 in C,  Clavierübung III – manualiter, Fugue in G ‘a la gigue.’

 

 

 

 

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