“Beginnings” was the way Gobin first experienced a return to in-person worship after our pandemic exile. After more than a year of isolation and uncertainty, we returned to our roots. “Beginnings” follows a familiar pattern of Christian worship that pulls heavily from our own Anglican/Methodist tradition. And, more specific to our local context, the service will closely resemble that of the Gobin services in the post-1933 era of liturgical renewal. After all, it was our own Van Denman Thompson and Jerome Hixon who edited the 1935 Methodist Hymnal! The “Beginnings” experience might be described as classical or liturgical. A service of word and table, “Beginnings” will include familiar prayers, liturgies, and hymns accompanied by our pipe organ or piano. Join us at 9am and stay for brunch!