Day 7 of the General Convention seemed longer than most I have spent here in Salt Lake City, longer that is until this evening. The Utah deputation hosted us at the Mormon Tabernacle, as many of us as could attend, to an amazing evening of song, dance and entertainment showing the diversity of cultures found right here – including Japanese, Native American, Spanish music, drums and dance to the finale of the evening featuring the American Festival Choir and Orchestra (the Tabernacle Choir was on assignment in NYC) and everyone was on their feet showing their appreciation with a standing ovation for this great evening. 359 more words
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In the town of Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard, in the Methodist Campground are Trinity Circle and Trinity Park.
Sharing Trinity Park for almost 140 years are the Tabernacle (erected in 1879) and Trinity Methodist Church (built in 1878). 648 more words
As we suggested last week, William Tyndale coined the word atonement because there were no equivalent words in existence in human languages. The reason a word implying coming close, or “at one” with God and one another did not exist is because such a concept did not exist in the pagan religions of our world. 534 more words