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Me! Me! Me!

“Me! Me! Me!” James & John wanted Jesus to do for them what they asked. “Me! Me! Me!” Like James & John we often want without knowing the consequences. “Me! Me! Me!” We want to sit on the lefthand side

Posted in Call to Worship, Invocation, Mark, Mark 10, Mark 10:29-45, Uncategorized

Of One Plant

Emerging from the deep rich soil, humanity reaches toward the sky. Planted in the earth, we reach upward toward the One, who creates us in their image. Rain and sunshine, nourish us on our journey. Growing as one vine, we

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Posted in Call to Worship, John, John 15, John 15:1-8, New Testament

With each child born

Call to Worship With each child born, be they be the Christ child, your child, or our own baby… Hope is rekindled. God loves God’s creation. Confident the time will come when the lamb and leopard live in peace together,

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Posted in Call to Worship, Isaiah, Isaiah 11, Isaiah 11:2-6, Matthew, Matthew 18, Matthew 18:1-5, New Testament, Old Testament, Uncategorized

Born of the Spirit

Come here, little one. Sit with Jesus in joy. Grow in faith. Listen to the words of sage Jesus. Each of us are God’s beloved. The wolf will live with the lamb and the calf and lion will feed together…

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Posted in Call to Worship, Isaiah, Isaiah 11, Isaiah 11:2-6, Matthew, Matthew 18, Matthew 18:1-5, New Testament, Old Testament, Uncategorized

Rejoicing in Prison

Imprisoned, Paul would be without food gifts from outside its walls. The Philippian church held him in their hearts and shared God’s grace with him in his imprisonment. Imprisoned, Paul kept focused on sharing the Good News with those around

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Posted in Philippians, Philippians 1, Philippians 1:1-18, Uncategorized

Miraculous & Mysterious Things

The stone was rolled away. Jesus said to her, “Mary.” She turned and said to him in Aramaic, Rabbouni” (which means Teacher). (John 20:16 CEB) Mary was in the presence of the transforming Jesus. Mary Magdalene left and announced to

Posted in Easter, Eastertide, John, John 20, John 20:19-31, New Testament, Uncategorized

Listen! Do You Perceive It?

Listen! Do you perceive it? That’s God calling to us. Let us choose to respond together in true community. We are just ordinary people filled with flaws and imperfections. Yet we are God’s chosen instruments.  In worship and our actions,

Posted in Acts, Acts 9, Acts 9:1-19, Call to Worship, Uncategorized
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