They went through a million dollar plus building program in addition to bringing the organ up to date, all built, remodeled and reconstructed to the glory of God except they somehow forgot about Jesus and the ministry of the Sermon on the Mount, the beatitudes and the 25th chapter of Matthew’s Gospel where Jesus talks about how if you visited the prisoners and cared for the sick and clothed the naked, and fed the hungry, in so doing you did it to Jesus; I’m thinking that somehow got lost but to the congregation’s credit, the music program was better than ever, at least, in recent history and, at least, that’s what everyone said, so why in the name of God and in the world wouldn’t the congregation get serious about who they really are and just say they are a recently renovated music hall and leave it at that and if you have to, to save face, say it is to the glory of God, whatever god that is? Wouldn’t you think that would be a whole lot more honest? I mean, really good music halls with a first rate organ don’t just grow on trees. As with anything, it takes money and lots of it. Apparently, they are really happy to have a place for perfect pitch singers and in- credible acoustics all, and get this, in the name of Jesus to boot. Does anyone know if Jesus was a tenor, baritone or bass? Being Jesus, probably he was all three, even at the same time — Trinity’s harmony within himself. Should we call ourselves Trinity Church? Daddy sang bass. Mama sang tenor. Me and little brother would join right in.... That's four. Well, four and no more. Jesus would understand a little mix up in math but never in music.