Peace is the Password, John 20:19-31 In the Gospel of John Jesus begins to appear to the disciples behind closed doors. He has a mysterious way of showing up while they are in hiding. And the message Jesus brings is simple, “Peace be with you.” According to John peace means doors don’t have to be […]
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It’s Complicated! – Mark 16:1-8 No matter what gospel story of the resurrection you read it’s complicated! He wasn’t there, but then he was. They were grieving and afraid, they were excited and amazed. Easter morning is full of emotions and questions. Let’s enter Mark’s version of the story and see where it leads us.
Please note that we will not be observing Love Feast on Maundy Thursday. We will have a Tenebrae Service at 7 p.m. on Good Friday, April 2, 2021. Watch for a separate email that will have the zoom information.
Who is this? Matthew 21:1-11 We have seen that the stories of Jesus’ healing ministry are filled with words and deeds. Today we examine the Palm Sunday story of Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. Jesus came riding on a donkey not a war horse as a sign of his servant leadership and humble power. Still the […]
Treasure – Physical Health, Matthew 8:1-4; 16-17 We begin our Lenten series, “Holy Vessels: A Lenten Season of Recovery” this Sunday. Each of us is created a precious and holy vessel of embodied love. We have been through a harrowing time since last Lent that has shattered our sense of wholeness– body, mind, and spirit–like […]
Joy: Savoring God’s Gifts “John the Baptist has come eating no bread and drinking no wine, and you say, ‘He has a demon’; the Son of Man has come eating and drinking,and you say,‘Look,a glutton and a drunkard, a friend of tax collectors and sinners!’” – Luke 7:33–34 At that very moment, Jesus overflowed with […]