In this fifth week of Lent, we have a very full morning for worship and learning. Our fearless music director, Ann, has pulled together a wide variety of music to invite us into a space of contemplation and praise. Many thanks to the chimes ringers and members of the instrumental consort as well as to our choir for their time and talent!
As we move toward Holy Week and the promise of resurrection, we in some ways parallel the encounters the first disciples had with Jesus in their journey toward Jerusalem. We remember sisters, Mary and Martha, and their brother Lazarus whom Jesus had raised from the dead. In the echoes of that miracle, we may wonder at the many ways in which humanity responds to God’s working in our lives. Is there a right way to worship? Is there a right way to live in the world? Jesus leads us in very specific directions and links our faith to the faith of our forebears. From a disagreement among his friends we may learn ways of worshipping and of serving that help us to ease some of the divisions we have created over time. Join us as we celebrate the gift of God’s love and our call to respond. Blessings and peace, 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.
A Reading from The New Testament John 12:1-11
Sermon “Revealing Anointing”
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.
*A link to the sermon will be shared on our website during the week following the service.
April 3, 2022
Service of Worship for Home
To join Rev. Lisa Durkee for worship via Zoom, please use the following information.
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Meeting ID: 812 4302 0853