Two days of celebrations are being planned to honor and celebrate the courageous decision to rebuild our church with bold design after the devastating fire in 1968. We’ll mark the reopening in 1972 and 50 years of community in our Paul Rudolph-designed church.
Festivities include a music concert with pre-reception, building tours and a lecture and panel with distinguished architects discussing Rudolph, his style and contributions.
Interested in being involved? Contact Janine Mudge-Mullen at email@example.com
Festival Concert – Sat, April 30, 7 pm
The Sat. April 30 Festival Concert at 7pm will be one for the ages!
Come hear an emotional and inspiring musical program featuring choir, brass, cello, organ and more! Come early for delicious noshes at the pre-concert reception from 5 – 6:45 pm.
Service – Sun, May 1, 11 am
On Sun. May 1, the 11 am service will focus on the fire, the aftermath and the courageous decision to rebuild with a bold design. Boxed lunches will be available after the service.
But wait there’s more!
Architect Panel – Sun, May 1, 2-4 pm
From 2 pm – 4 pm, come learn more about Paul Rudolph, the architect chosen by the 1968 congregation to boldly rebuild our church home. A panel of esteemed architects will provide insights into Rudolph and his impact on modern design.
Tours of the church will be offered on Saturday and Sunday too! Look for your invitation via email to all the 50th events in early April.