Worship · Justice · Nurture
At 11:00 AM, The Chancel Choir and soloists will be joined by a chamber ensemble to present Jubilate Deo by G. F. Handel. While most famously known for his oratorio Messiah, Handel wrote many, many choral orchestral works of enduring merit. This setting of Psalm 100 was written to celebrate the Peace of Utrecht in 1713. Fitting for such a momentous occasion, the work is festive with trumpets and timpani. The presentation in worship on May 31st will celebrate the end of “Extraordinary Time” (Advent through Trinity) and, for us, the end of another choir season. Make plans now to be present to join the choir in lifting your voice in song in praise to God!