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August 21, 2021 Lecture by Robert Morgan


Registration is now open for this event!  Click HERE to register!

A Song in My Heart: 

Saving, Singing, and Sharing the Classic Hymns

Hymns are therapeutic theology, distillations of the richest truths of God, versified, emotionalized, set to music, and released in the mind and from the mouth. They clear our minds, soothe our nerves, verbalize our worship, summarize our faith, and sing our great Redeemer’s praise. But hymns are also an endangered species. Worship leaders are replacing legacy music with the latest music, just at a time when we need both. This lecture will share the basic history of biblical and Christian hymnody in the Western church and uncover the unique ways God ministers to us (and through us back to Himself) through psalms, hymns, and spiritual songs. This lecture will be a personal tour of your hymnbook; a fresh look at the meaning and majesty of worship; and a call to save, sing, and share the hymns.

Robert Morgan is the teaching pastor of the Donelson Fellowship in Nashville, Tennessee, where he has served for over forty years.

To learn more about Robert Morgan, click HERE.


PARKING: Due to construction, our parking is very limited. Please plan to park at St. Timothy’s Lutheran Church across Hargrave Road. Deputies will help you get safely across Hargrave and through a gate at the corner of the property. We don’t recommend walking on Hargrave with no shoulder to come to the Hargrave gate. We apologize for the inconvenience and appreciate your understanding. Come early to have plenty of time to make your way to the chapel before 7 pm.

MASKS: Masks are optional, but we want to accommodate everyone, no matter your level of caution. We think most attendees will be able to find a seat in the chapel, but we will have socially distanced chairs in the back rooms of both wings of the library. There will be more chairs in the west wing, to your right.

CHECKING IN WHEN YOU ARRIVE: As usual, we ask that you go to the dining hall before entering the chapel or library. All registrants will find their name tags there.

LIVE-STREAMING: For those who want to be the most cautious, we will live-stream our lecture and the Q & A afterwards. Please monitor our website for the live stream link.

 If you registered for this event and are unable to attend, please email Jennie Enright at  Thank you!

 Thank you for being an important part of the ministry and mission of the Lanier Theological Library! We look forward to welcoming you here this weekend!