Public Events Resurrection:New Life, New Song

The Center for Lifelong Learning at Columbia Theological Seminary invites to all who enjoy sharing songs, hymns, and spiritual songs to two opportunities to worship and sing together during the event Resurrection:  New Life, New Song.

At 5:00 p.m. on Sunday evening, Jan 27. , Three Days/Three Ways: A Triduum Festival of Psalmswill take place in the Campbell Hall Chapel on campus. Seminary musician and Psalm expert Michael Morgan will lead this evening service, a journey of orientation, disorientation and reorientation from Good Friday through Easter Sunday. Psalm settings from several new Psalters, including Psalms for All Seasons, Glory to God and Timeless will be included.

 

On Monday evening, Jan. 28,  at 7:00 PM, theologian and hymn writer Mary Louise “Mel” Bringle, chair of the Presbyterian Committee on Congregational Song, will lead New Life, New Song: A Festival of Hymns, Psalms, and Spiritual Songs from Glory to God, the new Presbyterian hymnal. This event will take place at the Columbia Presbyterian Church adjacent to the seminary campus.

 

 

Worship on Monday and Tuesday afternoons and Wednesday morning are also open to the public. Please see the detailed schedule for additional information. For additional information or to register for the entire event, please click here.

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