On Sunday, March 3 at 3 p.m. Music at Trinty presents the ALTA Renaissance Wind Trio. Alta’s unique sound and innovative programming has been delighting audiences throughout the Northeast for over twenty-five years.
While music of the late renaissance remained predominantly vocal, more and more composers were writing music “per sonar”, to be played. Canzonas, ricercari, fantasias, capricci, as well as vocal music, were performed instrumentally by wind and string bands throughout Europe. In this concert, Alta will perform (with special guests Dr. Charles Turner and Craig Dorschel) an assortment of this wonderful repertoire on recorders ranging from soprano to contra-bass, shawms, dulcians, trombones, crumhorns, flute and percussion.
Music at Trinty is an outreach of Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, located at 73 Lancaster Street, Worcester, MA 01607. Detailed directions are available at www.trinityworc.org. The event is open to all and a light reception will follow the concert. There is no admission charge; however, a freewill offering will be received.
Maundy Thursday Celebration
March 28th at 6:00pm
The Seder is the Jewish Passover meal that Jesus celebrated with his disciples in the upper room on the day that we Christians now call Maundy Thursday. Since 1993, we at Shepherd of the Valley have begun our Maundy Thursday observance by telling the story of the Jewish exodus and deliverance from slavery in Egypt. We follow a Haggadah, a narrative which combines the traditional ritual of the Seder with a focus on modern day examples of enslavement and freedom. Continue reading Maundy Thursday Celebration at SOV
A Thank You from Newtown CT
The Shepherd of the Valley Prayer Shawl Ministry received a “Thank You” note form the the Prayer Shawl Ministry Coordinator of St. Rose of Lima Church in Newtown, CT for their act of kindness and caring.
The Prayer Shawl Ministry was blessed with three extra shawls that were not designated at the time, so when the Newtown tragedy struck, we prayed over the shawls and sent them to this Catholic church, which had at least 7 members who were killed in the shooting. We were so moved to be able to send them to the church, as we usually have no extra shawls, so we felt it was God’s doing. It was a small gesture for us to reach out, making us feel better somewhat, also.