Jazz Vespers Thursday, Nov 27th at 7pm
Vespers is a sunset evening prayer service in the Lutheran liturgy from the Latin word vesper, meaning “evening.” Jazz is a music genre originating in the African-American communities of New Orleans, characterized by strong, prominent meter, improvisation, and synco- pated rhythmic patterns.
Trinity Lutheran offers Jazz Vespers at the end of each month through the fall, winter, and spring. It is a contemplative, musical service that combines ancient Christian liturgies with 20th and 21st century American jazz. Come share a creative, sophisticated evening of prayer and song. The service begins at 7 p.m. in the Sanctuary. A wine and cheese reception follows the service in Memorial Hall.
Dates for 2019 through 2020 are as follows: Wednesday, November 27; Thursday, December 26; Thursday;, January 30; Thursday, February 27; Thursday, March 26; Thursday, April 30; Thursday, May 28; Thursday, June 25.
Enjoy dessert and refreshments following the service.
Invite some friends to join you for this blended service to wind down your day. Free and open to the public.