Summertime at Edwards Church means that our wonderful sanctuary choir gets to take a little time off. It also means that we get to enjoy some inspiring vocal and instrumental soloists, many of whom are members of Edwards Church. Check out this lineup: June 25: Dave Haughey, cello July 2: Alan Schneider, tenor July 9: […]
We all know that summer has its own rhythm and its own demands. Summer is short in New England, and weekends are a unique opportunity to enjoy the season. The lure of nature, family and friends has even tempted some to attend Sunday services less frequently. Go figure!
May flowers (it’s a verb)! May bursts on the scene with an abundance of color. The variety of flowers popping up, the trees and flowering shrubs, the colorful clothes and regalia of graduations, and the living-color feeling that imbues your senses during the first walk in shorts on a sunny afternoon, the first outdoor ice cream of the year, or the first night sleeping with open windows.
May flowers and once again the season screams fertility, nature proclaims its power to generate and regenerate bloom after bloom. This is the time of year when possibilities are plentiful: the season of Eastertide, from Easter Sunday to Pentetcost.