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Show Us the Way

*Call to Worship & Invocation We are each worthy of grace and love & mercy when viewed through divine eyes. We are God’s beloved.  Sometime we fail to live in harmony with God’s dreams for us. God has expectations. Half

Posted in Call to Worship, Invocation, Malachi, Old Testament

Merciful Love Prevailed

Call to Worship & Invocation God called Jonah to prophesy to the Ninevites. And Jonah ran. From the belly of a great fish, Jonah prayed to God for salvation. He remained in the fish for three days. The fish vomited

Posted in Call to Worship, Invocation, Jonah, Jonah 4, Old Testament

Reborn from the Sea Womb

*Call to Worship & Invocation You are in the presence of God. The One whose love nudges at us and pursues us in all times and all places is among us. Like Jonah, we too often run from the task

Posted in Call to Worship, Invocation, Jonah, Jonah 3, Old Testament

Move, Swirl, & Dance

Move, swirl, and dance among us. Remind us that you you are always present: encouraging, luring, and inspiring us to be the loving people you created us to be. Stir us during this hour to walk humbly, embrace love, and

Posted in Invocation, Micah, Micah 6, Micah 6:8, Old Testament

Saturate Us With Your Presence

Call to Worship Psalm 133                                 Look at how good and pleasing it is when families live together as one! It is like expensive oil

Posted in Call to Worship, Eastertide, Invocation, Old Testament, Psalm 133, Psalms

Esther & Easter

Christ Is Risen! Christ Is Risen, Indeed! Nearly five-hundred years before Jesus’ birth in Bethlehem, the exiled Jewish people looked for an earthly leader for their salvation from genocide. In grief & despair, the Jewish people yearned for a future

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Posted in Call to Worship, Days of the Church, Easter, Esther, Esther 4:1-17, Esther 4:14-17, Luke, Luke 24, Luke 24:1-12, New Testament, Old Testament

Despite Rain & Risk

Faithful, Mordecai reveals his trust in God. Rain continues falling, thunder threatens. Falling into despair he dons the sackcloth of grief. Thunderous evil persists, death will surely follow. Esther’s life at risk, she chooses the most loving action in “just

Posted in Call to Worship, Esther, Esther 4, Esther 4:1-17, Esther 4:14, Invocation, Lent, Lent 3, Old Testament
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