Worship October 25 – Celebrating Reformation

Worship October 25 – Celebrating Reformation

Freedom in Christ to live in everchanging world 21st Sunday after Pentecost Rooted in the past and growing into the future, the church must always be reformed in order to live out the love of Christ in an ever-changing world. We celebrate the good news of God’s grace,...
Worship October 18- In Thanks to the Creator

Worship October 18- In Thanks to the Creator

In Thanksgiving to our Creator 19th Sunday after Pentecost In Isaiah we are given a vision of the great feast to come, when God will wipe away death forever. In Jesus’ parable about a great banquet, those invited do not come, so the invitation is extended to others....
Worship October 11 You are invited to the wedding feast

Worship October 11 You are invited to the wedding feast

Responding to God’s Love with Action 19th Sunday after Pentecost In Isaiah we are given a vision of the great feast to come, when God will wipe away death forever. In Jesus’ parable about a great banquet, those invited do not come, so the invitation is extended...
Worship October 4  He is the Vine, We are the Branches

Worship October 4 He is the Vine, We are the Branches

Responding to God’s Love with Action 18th Sunday after Pentecost IIn today’s gospel reading, Jesus tells a vineyard parable, which serves as an image of Israel, the prophets’ mission, and Christ’s death. For Christians, the vineyard also speaks of God’s love...
Worship September 27- God’s Patient Grace

Worship September 27- God’s Patient Grace

Responding to God’s Love with Action 16th Sunday after Pentecost Jesus’ parable about two sons who don’t do what they say reveals surprises in the reign of God. In the reading from Ezekiel the people claim the ways of the Lord are unfair, while God offers...
Worship October 4  He is the Vine, We are the Branches

Worship September 20- Signs of Grace in Discomfort

Finding Grace through discomfort 16th Sunday after Pentecost Matthew narrates one of Jesus’ controversial parables in which Jesus says that the reign of God is like that of a landowner who pays his workers the same wage no matter what time of day they began to work....