Jan 30 2022 – Sunday Worship Posted
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My hope is that you have had a good week. A week where you have felt connected and supported.
Our focus of worship this week continues along the path of epiphany – the revealing of who Jesus is as well as his mission. Today our reflection will be a little different. As usual, there will be a few questions for us to reflect upon and consider, but this week I am inviting you to send me your responses!
Here’s the reason why. The reflection this week is Part 1 of a 2-part reflection. This week’s reading from Scripture will focus on an event at the beginning of Jesus mission … and next week will focus on the response by the people who were present. This week we will focus on what occurred, next week we will focus on our response to what Jesus revealed.
So, if you are willing (always invitational) I would appreciate receiving your responses to the questions below. I will need your responses by Monday, as they will assist me in framing the reflection for next week! If you have questions or would like to discuss further, please reach out to me and we can set a time to chat.
- Have you heard something today, that is not what you were expecting? Explain.
- Have you realized something today, that has you feeling differently?Comment
- Was there something that caused you to rethink your understanding of who Jesus is or what his mission on earth was really all about? Comment
- And perhaps most importantly … what will be your response to this revelation?
The music selections for today’s worship.
- Oh for a Thousand Tongues to sing (congregational singing)
- The Prodigal – Eugene O’Reilly
- Christ you call us all to service: Craig Siboo
AND … the church will remained closed for public-worship until further notice. Session continues to monitor the pandemic and discuss when we can re-open on a regular basis. Our primary concern is the health and safety of our congregation. Session meets again on February 4: I’ll update you next weekend.
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