Rev. Emily has put together a pre-recorded Good Friday Service for you, to listen to in whatever moment of your day feels right for quiet contemplation. You might listen while you take a walk, or while you bring your body and spirit to stillness by the fire or in a comfortable place. You might light […]
Rev. Emily has put together a brief Sunrise Service for you to use at first light on Easter Sunday, wherever you find yourself. Find this service here: Easter Sunrise Service Where You Are If you prefer to listen to the scripture (rather than read it to yourself), here is a recording of John 20:1-18:
Following our Maundy Thursday Service, you will be able to view the video here: With thanks to Bob Sawyer for running our technology!
On Monday, April 6, our Palm Sunday service will be available for viewing here: With many thanks to Bob Sawyer for running all of our technology!
During the COVID-19 pandemic we are meeting on Sundays via Facebook Live. You can watch the full service from March 29 below: Many, many thanks to Bob Sawyer for running the technology and video for this service! Here’s a link to the article by Scott Berinato titled “That Discomfort You’re Feeling is Grief,” where Berinato […]
During the Covd-19 pandemic, we are meeting virtually via Facebook Live. You can watch the full worship service from March 22 below: Many, many thanks to Bob Sawyer for organizing all of the technology for our livestream!
With thanks to Bob Sawyer for his leadership, you can watch today’s message (and whole service) below or on our Church Facebook Page. And many thanks to Amanda Moore for her excellent reading of today’s texts. Works Cited and Referenced A video of people singing out their windows in Italy can be watched and […]
Works that were particularly helpful for this Sermon: Barbara Brown Taylor, Holy Envy: Finding God in the Faith of Others, (New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 2019), pp. 161-174. “Gospel: Salt’s Lectionary Commentary for Lent 2,” The Salt Project, March 2, 2020. The Rev. Deborah Blood, our Conference Minister, told the story about sailing when she visited our church in […]
With thanks to the family of Martin Almlov and our church’s own flexibility in making Saturday’s last minute baptism possible in this weekend’s unpredictable weather! Happy Baptism, Martin, grow gently and in love!
Works Cited: Bishop Craig Satterlee, “Commentary on Luke 2:1-14 [15-20],” Working Preacher from Luther Seminary, December 24, 2012. You can read this article here. Raymond E. Brown, An Introduction to the New Testament, (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2010), pp. 225-278.