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UPCOMING WORSHIP

Upcoming Messages from Rev. Reed

 

 
Lent - The Upside Down
“Will you call this a fast, a day acceptable to the Lord? Is not this the fast that I choose: to loose the bonds of injustice” – Isaiah 58:5c-6a
We know that there are problems in the world. But they often seem so big that we can’t imagine how they might ever be changed. What difference can we make? This Lent we’ll journey through scriptural reminders that God is at work in the world, calling us to lives that will turn our world upside down. God declares that all is not as it should be. If we follow God into what is upside down from what we know, we just might find ourselves right side up at last.
 
February 14 - Ash Wednesday Service at 7:00 pm
1st reading: Matthew 6:1-6, 16-21
2nd reading: Isaiah 58:1-12
Sermon: Under the Facade
 
February 18 - First Sunday of Lent
1st reading: Isaiah 58:1-12
2nd reading: Mark 1:9-15
Sermon: Away from Expected
 
February 25 - Second Sunday of Lent
1st reading: Romans 4:13-25
2nd reading: Mark 8:31-38
Sermon: Dying to Live
 
March 4 - Third Sunday of Lent
1st reading: Exodus 20:1-17
2nd reading: John 2:13-22
Sermon: First Will Be Last
 
March 11 - Fourth Sunday of Lent
1st reading: Ephesians 2:1-10
2nd reading: John 3:16-21
Sermon: Open Secrets
 
March 18 - Fifth Sunday of Lent
1st reading: Jeremiah 31:31-34
2nd reading: John 20:20-33
Sermon: Away from Expected
 
March 25 - Palm Sunday
1st reading: Isaiah 50:4-9a
2nd reading: Mark 11:1-11, 14:1-15:47 selections
Sermon: The Upside Down
 
March 29 - Maundy Thursday Service at 7:00 pm
Into the Darkness
 
 

 
Easter Season
 
Real Presence
“Now I would remind you, brothers and sisters, of the good news…in which you stand” – 1 Corinthians 15:1
After all fear and uncertainty of Holy Week, through all our times of grief and doubt, we find that Christ is there. We have never been alone. Even in the depths of despair we encounter the immense love and grace of God incarnate in Jesus the Christ. We are strengthened by that presence. The real presence of Jesus in our lives leads us into community, into care, into everything.
 
April 1 - Easter Sunday
1st reading: Isaiah 25:6-9
2nd reading: Mark 16:1-8
Sermon: Unlooked-for Presence
 
April 8
1st reading: John 20:19-31
2nd reading: Acts 4:32-35
Sermon: Abiding Presence
 
April 15
1st reading: 1 John 3:1-7
2nd reading: Luke 24:36b-48
Sermon: Community of Presence
 
God Who
“To whom then will you compare me, or who is my equal? says the Holy One. – Isaiah 40:25
The way we talk about God matters. Language influences the way we think and the way we create our social structures. It can comfort and heal. It can hurt and destroy. Thus, the words we use to define God, who is indefinable, are important. The language we use for God affects how we live our faith. When we expand our language for God we encounter whole new facets of faith. When we limit our language for God we also limit our understanding of God. This series will explore new and familiar language around God as a jumping off point for unboxing the Divine.
 
April 22
1st reading: Psalm 68:4-5
2nd reading: John 14:8-11
Sermon: Father God
 
April 29
1st reading: Acts 17:22-27
2nd reading: Exodus 3:13-14
Sermon: The God
 
May 6
1st reading: Colossians 3:12-14
2nd reading: Galatians 3:27-28
Sermon: Wearable God
 
May 13
1st reading: Job 38:28-29
2nd reading: Isaiah 42:14; 49:15
Sermon: Laboring Woman