WEEKDAY CONCERTS AT COVENANT
  
Tuesday Noon Organ Recitals
October 17, 12:05pm

James P. Riggs, organ

Free!  Bring a Lunch!   Bring a Friend!  Spread the Word!

Pri è re
Jean Langlais  (1907-1991)
 
Nun bitten wir den heliigen Geist
Dietrich Buxtehude  (1637-1707)
 
Three Chorale Settings:
Den die Hirten lobten sehre
Wer nur den lieben Gott l ä Ɓ t walten
Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott
Helmut Walcha  (1907-1991)
 
Aus tiefer Not, BWV 1099
Johann Sebastian Bach  (1685-1750)
 
Trumpet Voluntary
John Bennett  (1735-1784)
 

Friday Lunchtime
Carillon Concerts 
12:15-12:45pm
September 15 - November 17
 
George Leggiero
Covenant and University Circle Carillonneur
Tower tours follow each program.

Upcoming Programs
Oct. 24 ~ Matteo Imbruno (from the Netherlands)
Oct. 31 ~ Jonathan Moyer
CELEBRATING 500 YEARS 
OF THE REFORMATION

Sunday, November 5
3:30pm, Film (Beckwith Hall)
Martin Luther: A Journey to the Heart of the Reformation
5:00pm, Vespers
Featuring Oberlin Conservatory Musicians presenting 
J.S. Bach's Cantata  Ein fest Burg and other selections.

Sunday, November 12
10:00am, Reformation Hymn Festival
Featuring the Covenant Choir and brass ensemble from the Oberlin Conservatory of Music. 
11:30am, Forum with Rev. Susanne Carter

Sunday, November 19
11:30am, Forum with Jonathan Moyer
4:00pm, Reformation Concert
Case Western Reserve University Early Music Singers

On each of these 3 Sundays, Rev. Amy Starr Redwine will preach on three tenets of the Reformation, "Scripture Alone, Faith Alone, Grace Alone."
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