Church of St. John the Divine presents "Anticipate Lent: Music Meets & Thinks Theology"


During Lent, St. John the Divine offers a Wednesday night series that will combine music presentations with theological discourses to examine the theology behind the music and, on the last evening, artwork of Christ's Passion.

The artist and speaker schedule is as follows:

March 12 - Kemper Crabb, Medieval Lenten Music
Presentation by Rev. Reagan W. Cocke, associate rector, Church of St. John the Divine

March 19 - River Oaks Chamber Orchestra String Quartet, The Last Seven Words of Christ
Presentation by Rev. Dr. Douglas W. Richnow, senior associate rector, Church of St. John the Divine

March 26 - St. John the Divine Chorale, Excerpts from Messiah
Presentation by Rev. Dr. Justyn Terry, dean and president, Trinity School for Ministry, professor of systematic theology

April 2 - Great Hymns with Nancy Curtis
Presentation by Rev. Dr. Peter Walker, professor of biblical studies, Trinity School for Ministry

April 9 - St. John the Divine Chorale, Sung Compline
Presentation by Rev. Dr. Henry (Laurie) Thompson III, dean of doctorate ministry program and seminary advancement, Trinity School for Ministry, associate professor for liturgy

April 16 - Melissa Grobmyer, Christ's Passion in Art
Join Melissa Grobmyer in an exploration of Christ's Passion through art that documents the events of Holy Week in vivid color and detail.



The Church of St. John the Divine
2450 River Oaks Blvd.
Houston, TX 77019


Admission is free.
All events are subject to change due to weather or other concerns. Please check with the venue or organization to ensure an event is taking place as scheduled.