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How Should We Then Sing?

Besides church, try to imagine any other times and places where you sit with a group of people you don’t know and sing. Where does that happen? Sometimes at a birthday party. Or you might stumble through Auld Lang Syne on New Year’s Eve. Or maybe during the seventh inning stretch if you’ve had a couple.

Imagine going to your favorite coffee shop, standing up, and saying, “Let’s just sing a few songs together!” I doubt you’d get much participation because culturally, today, it’s an odd thing to do.

However, in the seminal book, “Worship and the Early Church”, scholar Ralph Martin writes, “The Christian Church was born in song.” Singing together has always been seen as a vital part of Christian worship.

But why should we sing? And just as importantly, how? St. Paul gets at both in this week’s Epistle.

See you Sunday.

Steve+

 

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New & Upcoming

Thursday Evensong: 6:30pm at 126a Main Street (Above Kilwin's Ice Cream). Email Ian.

Fifth Sunday Potlucks: September 30.

Second Sunday Sandwiches: September 9, October 14

Cards and Bags for Second Sunday Sandwiches

Children from 4th-6th grade are invited to help prepare for Second Sunday Sandwiches by making greetings cards and decorating the lunch bags during the Sermon.