Join us at Trinity on the Hill Episcopal Church this Sunday, July 13, for an evening sure to rock you with incredible music, great food and an especially intriguing and thought-provoking homily.
As our guest speaker, Jonathan Dowell says, “I used to think God’s biggest mistake was making teeth out of bones instead of durable, one-piece titanium. Now, I believe God’s biggest mistake was that people don’t come with owner’s manuals.”
Matthew 22:36-40 says to love the Lord your God with all your heart, soul, and mind and to love your neighbor as yourself. On these two commandments depend the whole Law and the Prophets. “In this talk,” Jonathan says, “I will turn these Bible verses inside out, first exploring what it means to love oneself, then what that implies about loving one’s neighbors, and then what that implies about loving God. That all the law and prophets hinge on this leads to a call to reform American church culture.”
But wait—there’s more! Jonathan also is a national champion mountain dulcimer player, and he will be providing the joy of the Lord in his ethereal and Celtic-blues-style music, as well as in words. What a night of song AND contemplation awaits!
Join us at Trinity on the Hill for a FREE community dinner and for a contemporary service of praise, worship and fellowship. EVERYONE is welcome. Dinner will begin at 5:15 p.m., followed at 6:07 p.m. with the service and a live praise-and-worship band—come see what we’re all about!
And be sure to visit our website at latoth.org.