I was blind, but now I see. We know these words as part of the familiar hymn, “Amazing Grace,” but we may not know all the stories of healing sight in the Bible and at other times and places in miraculous ways. What it means to see clearly and what it means to be seen is part of our conversation this weekend when we read the story of Bartimaeus and his faithfulness. In a busy week in which we have been honoring friends and family who have died, we also look forward to the time we may all see clearly, in love, as Jesus taught us then and teaches us now.
— Pastor Lisa
Worship at Home Materials:
Below you will find materials to accompany this week’s Sunday Morning Worship via Zoom. An order of service with scripture readings, along with music recordings to accompany the service, are available by clicking the following links.
Helpful Hint: If you are planning to join the Sunday morning worship Zoom call, you might wish to print the following documents prior to joining the call, if you have that capability.
Mark 10: 46-52
“That I May See”
*A link to the sermon will be shared on our website during the week following the service.
October 24, 2021
Service of Worship for Home