Evening Service on Sunday, July 6 at 7 p.m.

Our journey continues with an evening service on Sunday, July 6 at 7 p.m. Rev. Mark Edington will preach a sermon titled “The Most Personal Sort of Creation.” For those who still want to meet at our usual worship time at 9:45am, we will hold an informal gathering of prayer and discussion.

Rev. Edington is the rector of Saint John’s Episcopal Church in Newton. He is also the director of Amherst College Press, the first open-access, digital academic press devoted to the liberal arts. He previously served as the director of the Harvard Decision Science Laboratory, Associate Minister and Director of Administration at the Memorial Church of Harvard University, and Protestant Chaplain at Wellesley College.

During the service, Rev. Dr. Bill McKinney will offer pastoral prayers. Ginny Henderson will return to share her musical gifts as our organist. Jon Wheeler, a recent graduate of the Boston College School of Theology and Ministry, will lead the congregation in several Taizé musical selections. Kate McKey-Dunar will proclaim the Word of God, and Ed and Carroll Lynch will greet and usher.

If you are normally unable to join us for our morning worship services, we hope you feel welcome to this special evening service! The Tabernacle belongs to everyone. Whether you are a regular attendee or you have never been to a service before, whether your faith journey is undergoing a time of flourishing or a period of dryness, we hope you feel at home here.