Scott Ainslie

Build on Rock

Nationally renowned musician and activist Scott Ainslie will join the congregation of the Guilford Community Church, UCC, Sunday April 7,  to share his original song “Land That I Love” and a story of a failed border crossing on the Arizona border.  It is the fifth Sunday of Lent and a celebration of the story of the prodigal son, another story of a tortured journey but with a very different ending.   The choir under the direction of Peter Amidon will offer two anthems: “Camino Pueblo De Dios” and “ Prodigal’s Return” featuring Tony Barrand as the soloist.  Rev Lise Sparrow will offer a homily focused the lenten symbology of “journey” in light of the plight at the southern border.  The Sunday school will prepare Easter cards with Carole Crompton, both for migrant children being held in custody and for local church members who are no longer able to come to church.
 
The 2pm event featuring John Willis and Arthur Running Horse has been postponed to May.
 
Guilford Community Church, an Open and Affirming/Just Peace Congregation of the United Church of Christ, is fully handicapped accessible and committed to providing hearing assistance and ASL interpretation, if given notice ahead.  The church is located one mile south of exit 1 on Route 5 just in back of the Guilford Country Store.  For more information call 257-2776, check the website at www.guilfordchurch.org or friend us on Facebook at “Guilford Community Church”. Our services are also being filmed and can be found on BCTV Wednesday morning at 7am and Sunday mornings at 8am or anytime online at www.brattleborotv.org.
 
 Anthems:
“Camino Pueblo De Dios”
“ Prodigal’s Return” —  featuring Tony Barrand as the soloist