The New AssumptionsSunday October 17, 2021
10:30 AM until 11:30 AM
Within each issue humanity faces, a tension exists between developmentally new assumptions that make the world a better place vs. old assumptions that block development. Humanity knows how to create a humane, healthy world. When we do not, old assumptions get in the way. What are those old assumptions? What are the new assumptions that bring us to that humane, healthy world?
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The Rev. Ken Reeves is a graduate of the Starr King School for the Ministry, and has served congregations in Ohio and Delaware. He has also earned a Masters in Pastoral Counseling and a Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology. He is currently a clinical psychologist with a therapy practice and a consulting psychologist with the Center for Career Development and Ministry. He is also the author of: The Whole Church, Congregational Leadership Guided by Systems Theory.
This Sunday, the sanctuary choir will sing Mark Miller’s thrilling gospel song “What Does the Lord Require of You?” and Stephen Paulus’s serene choral anthem “The Road Home,” with soloist Elizabeth Walsh. Elizabeth will also sing Stephen Sondheim’s inspiring “Children Will Listen” (from Into the Woods). For the centering music, Rip Jackson will play Erik Satie’s lyrical and hypnotic piano piece “Gymnopédie No. 1.” And for the postlude, he will play Johann Pachelbel’s joyful organ piece “Praeludium in C Major” on First Parish’s magnificent 1898 Hutchings 32-rank tracker organ.
Location: First Parish in Lexington, 7 Harrington Road, Lexington MA 02421
to go to the Town of Lexington, MA