Vespers continues to grow in popularity. (See previous posts on this short, contemplative service held every Tuesday at 5:30 PM.) Each week has a different theme, format, and eclectic sources. Rev. Pupke and I take turns leading Vespers.
I led Vespers this week on the theme: when words aren’t enough. We read poetry by Pulitzer Prize winning poet Henry Taylor, listened to Cajun jazz, and closed with meditation accompanied by the sounds of waves crashing on a shore.
We are returning to attendance numbers that may call us to move from the library back into the Great Hall. We will let you know when it is time for that move. Hope you can join us next Tuesday.