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Mary and Martha
May you welcome the stranger, because the stranger could be Christ. May your service and your listening be rooted in love. May you know Jesus as a Friend.
Self-directed Worship Service on the Beatitudes
“Sir, these commandments are great and good and glorious, and are able to gladden the heart of the one who is able to keep them. But I do not know if these commandments can be kept by a human, for they are very hard.” “Those who have the Lord in their heart,” he said, “can master everything, including all these commandments…
Fall 2021 Conversation Series: Living Witness
2000 years ago, give or take, Christians believe that Jesus was raised from the dead. This remarkable event is retold in the ancient versions of the Gospels, in the familiar strains of Handel’s Messiah, and literary allusions from A Tale of Two Cities to Harry Potter...
Preparing for Worship: The Lord’s Prayer
This devotional experience is meant to introduce you to this Sunday’s passage and offer you paths for reflection. Please go through it at your own pace, lingering on the aspects that are most meaningful for you. One time Jesus was praying in a place. When he...
Preparing for Worship: The Transfiguration
This devotional experience is meant to introduce you to this Sunday's passage and offer you paths for reflection. Please go through it at your own pace, lingering on the aspects that are most meaningful for you. All Scripture quotations are taken from The Message,...
Preparing for Worship: The Alabaster Jar
This week in worship, we're exploring Luke 7:36-50. It's the story of the woman with the alabaster jar. You can read it here on Bible Gateway. The story sets up a contrast. On the one hand there's Simon: a Pharisee, a good person, the kind of person who can invite...
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