The Wind Blows

April 20, 2020

Live Music and Communion for IN PERSON worship thisSunday! 

In the scripture passage for this Sunday’s worship, Jesus says, “The wind blows where it will.” This is in context of Jesus letting Nicodemus know that, for all his profound learning, the Spirit of God is not subject to moving in any one direction, and that if we really want to tap into the nature of the Holy, we have to become born again, and again, and again to the awe and wonder of God.

This Sunday, we will experience two aspects of being “born again” into worship together. First, we will have live music from the Bell choir during worship in the Sanctuary for first time since the pandemic.

We will also celebrate the sacrament of communion at our IN PERSON worship for the first time since the pandemic came upon us!  Those who feel comfortable doing so will be invited to receive communion together OUTSIDE in the courtyard at the end of worship. (Those who don’t feel comfortable unmasking for communion will receive a blessing prior to their dismissal. God is good, all the time!)  

Please join us in person at 10 a.m. Our online worship service premieres at the same time, but is always available on YouTube.


Publish Date:

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