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Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church

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Name:
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church
Phone:
(845)338-2954
Address:
72 Spring St., Kingston, NY, 12401, United States

Upcoming Events At This Venue

December 24, 2014

Candlelight worship service of prayer, song, and scripture to welcome the birth of our Lord, the Christ, Jesus.

Start: December 24, 2014 6:00 pm
End: December 24, 2014 7:00 pm
Cost: Free

January 8, 2015

Uplifting, Spirit filled candlelight service of prayer, song, scripture, and meditation…

Start: January 8, 2015 7:30 pm
End: January 8, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

February 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: February 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: February 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

March 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: March 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: March 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

April 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: April 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: April 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

May 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: May 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: May 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

June 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: June 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: June 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

July 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: July 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: July 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

August 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: August 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: August 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

September 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: September 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: September 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

October 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: October 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: October 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

November 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: November 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: November 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free

December 10, 2015

Taizé is a simple worship of repetitive prayer in song combined with reflective periods of silence. These songs and ample silence are means for those gathered, “with a common voice…to proclaim and respond to the Word of God.”
Taizé began in the eastern region of France in 1940 by Brother Roger. He dreamt of starting a community “on account of Christ and the Gospel,” and chose to do so in an area strongly marked by human distress. His home became a welcome spot for refugees fleeing the Nazi occupation and he was joined by other brothers from different Protestant denominations. By its very nature Taizé is an ecumenical community. Taizé’s vocation is to strive for communion among all. There are many beautiful elements of Taizé worship. Prayer around the cross is a way of expressing an invisible communion not only with the crucified Jesus but with all who suffer – all the victims of abandonment, abuse, discrimination or torture, all those condemned to silence. Candlelight and Icons contribute to the beauty of the worship setting as well as many periods of prayerful silence. Singing is one of the most essential elements of Taizé worship. Short songs, repeated again and again, give it a meditative character. Please join us for this wonderful evening of praise.

Start: December 10, 2015 7:30 pm
End: December 10, 2015 8:30 pm
Cost: Free