We welcome to our worship this Sunday one of our own congregation with two friends who are committed to addressing the issue of poverty in our nation. David Jolly, Haydée Foreman and Linda Homer will share from their experiences with the Poor People’s Campaign in Hancock County and particularly about their recent engagement with the March in Washington on June 18th. That this opportunity coincides with scripture reading from Luke in which Jesus warns against stockpiling earthly wealth seems greater than coincidence. A special anthem from the work of contemporary singer-songwriter Tracy Chapman also highlights the needs and frustrations of the poor. Is this the moment in which we all begin to look at the various ways we have arrived at such great socio-economic inequality in our nation—and then make the changes necessary to care for “the least of these”?
Our thanks to the choir and also to Dave Quinby as he adds the bass bottom to our music for the morning!
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 Gospels Luke 12:13-21
Sermon “The Poor People’s Campaign” Haydée Foreman, Linda Homer and David Jolly
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*A link to the sermon will be shared on our website during the week following the service.
June 31, 2022
Service of Worship for Home
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Meeting ID: 817 2686 6538