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It Was Evening, It Was Morning… at St. George’s, Nashville

May 6 @ 5:30 pm 8:30 pm

A Collaborative Photography Exhibit featuring the work of Beth Trabue Gorham, Bill Franson, Price Harrison, and James DeMain. This exhibit currently on display in Bradford Gallery explores three themes derived from the Genesis account of creation: boundary, rhythm, and rest. God creates boundaries between day and night, the heavens and the earth, the dry land and the waters. In each case the separation allows the cultivation of something special in a defined space. From the beginning there is rhythm: a time of night, of morning, another night and another morning. This rhythm points us to consider something beyond linear time. And finally, the creation account culminates on the seventh day when God rests. He does not rest because he is tired but cause creation was made for the seventh day which lasts into eternity.