FOURTH SUNDAY OF EASTER
26 April 2015 -- 10:00 a.m.
[See 8:30 a.m. Chapel Service]
*Please rise in body or in spirit.
PRELUDE: Psalm Prelude III Herbert Howells
“Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death”
WELCOME AND ANNOUNCEMENTS
INTROIT: “One Light, One Sun” -- Raffi, Junior and Cherub Choirs, Don Johnson, guitar
CALL TO WORSHIP:
One: Day by day, God leads us:
Many: to the deep, deep pools of peace,
to the green, lush lawns of grace.
One: Day by day, Jesus calls us:
Many: to pour out ourselves in service,
to anoint the stranger with hope.
One: Day by day, the Holy Spirit shows us:
Many: the community we could be,
the family we are called to become.
- Parent Category: News
L to R: Nicholas Catino, Dov Manski, Matt Plummer and Kendall Eddy.
NICK CATINO AND THE NICHOLAS CATINO QUINTET RETURN TO GUILFORD MAY 03rd
“Having taught music all over New York City and having visited countless school districts around the state, I know what a special arts program Guilford offers”, says Nick Catino. “This does not exist in many places, and seeing how unique it is, I am grateful for the musical experiences that Guilford provided to me.”
Nick’s Quintet, a new collaboration between five Brooklyn musicians, Nicholas Catino (trumpet), Matthew Plummer (trombone), Dov Manski (piano), Kendall Eddy (bass), and Matt Rousseau (drums) will present their unique style of jazz arrangements when they perform at The First Congregational Church of Guilford on May 03rd at 4pm. The group represents the first iteration of these longtime friends and collaborators.
“I am really looking forward to coming back to town, so that I can see the faces of all those at Guilford High who helped shape who I am as a person today. I’ve been composing specifically for this new ensemble and I’m eager to share my group’s music with my friends in my hometown community”, says Catino.