Sunday October 26
The service of choral evensong will next be offered this Sunday, October 26th at 4:00 p.m.
Organ Recital, 3:40 p.m.
Joshua Boyd, guest organist
Choral Evensong, 4:00 p.m.
with the Boy and Girl Choristers
Our Guest Preacher
The Rev. Dr. Stephen Butler Murray is President and Professor of Systematic Theology and Preaching at Ecumenical Theological Seminary in
Detroit, Michigan. Previously, he was the Senior Pastor of The First Baptist Church of Boston, Massachusetts, American Baptist Chaplain to Harvard University and Denominational Counselor and Lecturer in Ministry at Harvard Divinity School, and the founding Dean of the College and Associate Professor of Theology at Barrytown College. He has served as the pastor of American Baptist, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and United Church of Christ congregations in Massachusetts and New York, as the chaplain and on the faculty of Endicott College, Skidmore College, and Suffolk University, and was an administrator at Yale University's Dwight Hall Center for Public Service and Social Justice. He serves on the national Emerging Theologians Task Force of the American Baptist Churches - USA and is an invited participant in the national, multi-denominational Baptist-Muslim Dialogue program. He previously served as a denominational delegate to the National Council of Churches, was the founding Managing Editor of the Journal of Inter-Religious Dialogue, and is a past President of the North American Paul Tillich Society.
He is the author of Reclaiming Divine Wrath: A History of a Christian Doctrine and Its Interpretation (Peter Lang, 2011), co-editor with David L. Bartlett and Claudia Ann Highbaugh of the festschrift for Harry Baker Adams,
Crossing By Faith: Sermons on the Journey from Youth to Adulthood (Chalice Press, 2003), and co-editor with Aimee Upjohn Light of the multi-volume set
God in Popular Culture (ABC-CLIO, 2015). His academic work focuses on the history and contemporary relevance of Christian theology and ethics, inter-religious dialogue, and religion and the arts.
The Cathedral Music Society
2014-15 concert season
Woodward Corridor Musicians
The Woodward Corridor Musicians present chamber music concerts to the diverse communities living in the Woodward Corridor, from downtown Detroit, through the connecting suburbs, to Pontiac, creating a musical environment in which urban and suburban communities will enjoy coming together.
The Cathedral Music Society is pleased to present the WCM in the first concert of the 2014-15 season:
Detours for flute and harp
music of Detroit composer, James Hartway played by Suzanne Lazar and Maurice Draughn
Music of Scarlatti and Granados
featuring classical guitar duo, Helene Rottenberg and Pamela Kimmel
Trio in D minor for clarinet, cello, piano
Lillian Dean and cellist Karen Wingert are joined by pianist Blake Ray for a rare performance of a masterpiece by late 19th century composer Alexander Zemlinski.
Sunday, November 2, 4:00 p.m.
Suggested donation at the door: $10 adults; $5 students and seniors.
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