During the Eucharist
Omar Bajwa, Coordinator of Muslim Life, will be presenting
Reflections on The Five Pillars of Islam
Following our service, Imam Bajwa will lead a dinner conversation on “Contemporary Issues in the Middle East: Challenges and Opportunities for Collaboration.”
THE HIGH HOLY DAYS BEGIN AT SUNDOWN: COME TO ROSH HASHANAH:
After dinner, a group of us will then walk over to the Slifka Center at 80 Wall Street for the first High Holy Days Service, Rosh Hashanah from 7:30 – 9:00 PM. Senior Rabbi Leah Cohen will officiate at this beautiful service, which includes a choral group and a cellist, and which will be followed by an “Apples and Honey Kiddush.” This event is FREE FOR STUDENTS BUT YOU MUST MAKE RESERVATIONS!
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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: CHAPEL ON THE GREEN ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, Noon to 4PM
On Sunday, September 20, ECY will help prepare a meal and celebrate the Eucharist at Chapel on the Green, a service for unhoused individuals and families hosted by Trinity on the Green Episcopal Church. We gather at noon in the Dwight Hall kitchen to make sandwiches and other lunch items, then walk around the block to host the service, distribute lunch, and enjoy conversation.
Our regular service at Dwight Chapel then convenes at 5PM, followed by the usual delicious dinner.
COMING UP THIS WEEK AT ECY
Wednesday, 9PM – Dwight Chapel – Contemplative Prayer & Taize Service (with Luther House and the University Church in Yale)
Friday, 5PM – Dwight Chapel Library – Bible Study: Food for the Body, Food for the Soul: Continuing the Study of the Letter of James
MUSIC AT THIS WEEK’S SERVICE
J.S. Bach, Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr, BWV 662
J.S. Bach, In dir ist Freude, BWV 615
Charles Wood, O Thou the Central Orb
And remember, your Chaplains are always available if you’d like to chat.
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