In Acts we read the disciples “broke bread in their homes with glad and generous hearts and had the goodwill of all the people.” We’re doing that, too! Could this social distancing time teach us new truths about being the Church? Click here for today’s for today’s service.
Organ Prelude – Ben Hur Theme Samir Golescu Call to Worship & Psalm 118 Jess and Ben Dager Call to Worship Blessed is the one who comes in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, Word made flesh Peace in heaven and glory in the highest heaven Wait for God, whose […]
Call to Worship Coming from places that have seen better days, God bids us to celebrate this day, a day full of new possibilities. Coming with our breath taken away by grief, the Holy Spirit breathes new life within us, renewing our connection with God and with one another. Coming to worship seeking a hope […]
Call to Worship (inspired by John 1) Come and see, come and see! We come to see for ourselves who this Jesus person is. Come and see, come and see! We come with open hearts to experience Jesus Come and see, come and see! We come to follow Jesus Come and see, come and see! […]
Psalm 95 John 4:5-15 As darkness fell in Siena, Italy on Thursday, neighbors struggled with the strain of social distancing. They prayed for the bereaved as 1,266 have died in Italy from Covid-19 and more than 17,600 have contracted the virus. Life has dramatically changed as those numbers continue to rise. From inside their […]
Salt and Light Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany February 9, 2020 Isaiah 58:1-12 Psalm 112:1-10 Matthew 5:13-20 Lately, soon after going to bed at night, I’ve been getting up again and heading to the TV room, hoping for a better night’s sleep in an upright position. Nighttime heartburn, due to a course of antibiotics, has […]