Blue Hill’s Memorial Day remembrance will include a church float in the annual parade, as well as Pastor Lisa offering a prayer at the bridge. Anyone wanting to walk in the parade is invited to do so, and we also would like two members to volunteer to carry the church banner while doing so. Please let Lisa know during or after church tomorrow if you are interested!
Christ’s own heartfelt prayer “that they may all be one” is at the center of this week’s lectionary text. In a month that has been full of devastation and loss of life due to gun violence, we may join with our own prayers for unity in a way forward that includes close consideration of how we allow guns to proliferate in our culture. In what and in whom do we place our trust? How might we be willing to look at freedom in what are perhaps new and different ways when we consider the experience of Paul and Silas in Philippi? As we come together for worship, I invite us to join in prayer and in conversation that may help us to begin the work of healing in our lives and in our nation.
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 Acts 16:16-34
A Reading from the Gospels John 17:20-26
Sermon “Free From What”
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.
May 29, 2022
Service of Worship for Home
To join Rev. Lisa Durkee for worship via Zoom, please use the following information.
Whether or not you choose to set up an account, when it’s time for the meeting, click the following link:
Meeting ID: 842 1514 9485