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With Glad Hearts

After the events of Holy Week, the disciples are devastated.  They are in the midst of full-blown grief and disbelief.  Into the heart of that grief came a stunning revelation – life had overcome death!  God’s faithfulness would build them up once again and bind them together.  Is this possible in our lives today, especially…

Easter: Peace Be With You

In this season of physical distancing due to the global pandemic, we still celebrate Easter! What is the word you need to hear today? Are you feeling a bit like the women who went to the tomb and found it empty? Then sing, “Alleluia!” Or maybe you’re feeling more like the disciples, huddled behind locked doors because of fear. If that’s you, then hear the message of Christ’s “Peace be with you.”

Good Friday

Tenebrae is a word that translates to “shadows” or “darkness.” In this service you will hear readings that tell the story of Jesus’ passion and death. One by one, candles are extinguished and the service ends in darkness. “Were you there when they crucified my Lord?”

Sunday School online: March 29, 2020

Forgiveness: the story of the Lost (or Prodigal) Son. I retell the story in my own words and also use the New International Version of the Bible. Open up your own Bibles to Luke 15: 11-31 and follow along! There are captions in the video to help out our friends with impaired hearing.

Building the Cross-Shaped Life; Love

It’s all about love!  In 1 John chapter 4 we read, “Beloved, let us love one another, because love is from God;”  Jesus, when asked about the greatest commandment, gives two:  “You shall love the Lord your God with all your your heart, mind, soul and strength, and you shall love your neighbor as yourself.” …