This long-standing worship tradition of scripture and song is accompanied by a “feast”—authentic, homemade Moravian buns and hot cocoa served to each pew of worshipers. The lighting of hundreds of beeswax candles fills the sanctuary with quiet reverence.
The music for Love Feast begins at 5 p.m. to prepare for the service, which begins at 5:30. This unforgettable service includes 6 traditional readings with music between by the Chancel Choir and Carillon Handbell Choir of First Presbyterian Church. Musical selections will be accompanied by string quartet, harp, flute and organ. Music featured will be by Holst, Darke, Adam, Britten, Willcocks, and Warland, under the direction of Lee Kohlenberg, Interim Director of Music and Organist and Andy Martinez, director of the Carillon Handbell Choir at FPC.
Experience suggests that you arrive early to get a seat. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. The musical prelude begins at 5 p.m.