Columbus Day weekend and nothing to do? Come join us at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church’s Generations Service at 6:07 p.m. this Sunday, Oct. 13, in Kelly Hall; a free dinner is provided at 5:15 p.m., before the service.
We are starting a new series this Sunday with Seminarian Laurie Triplett answering questions such as “Who is God, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit? Many of us have asked ourselves Who is God? God, our Creator, made us each a little different, making us all unique. We are part of a diverse community here in Los Alamos, as well as part of God’s community. We ask you to come be a part of our family at TOTH and share our faith and our music of worship.
Sneak peek! Next Sunday, Oct. 27, we will have the renowned mountain dulcimer player Jonathan Dowell, who will be celebrating the Eucharist through music, as well as presenting a small concert afterward. Some of you may know him from his performances at De Colores this past August and at the Pajarito Brew Pub in September. Many years ago he played with the Generations Band as a drummer and has since won second place in 2009 and third place in 2013 in the National Mountain Dulcimer competition.
He plays all over the country, and we are very blessed to have him return to Generations to play with us. More on the mountain dulcimer, and Jonathan Dowell in particular, in our next article. Meanwhile … May our community at TOTH become your community. Join us and Rock the House of God!