A special, family orientated, Dr. Suess' How the Grinch Stole Christmas service for Christmas Eve.
Joy is not simply happiness. Joy is being aware of God being present and working in, among, through, and despite us (our darkness and brokenness).
The Nativity (of Jesus) can be more than a decoration, here are some ideas for using it as a spiritual tool.
The world tends to teach us dishonest peace, but we are called to an honest peace.
The Jesse Tree reflects on Jesus' scriptural ancestry, while the Chrismon Tree is adored with symbols of Jesus to reflect on him and his earthly ministry.
Hope looks to what is beyond the current, the perceived, and the imagined... Advent HOPE does too and beckons us to seize glimpse of the Kingdom to Come in peace, joy, and love.
Welcome to Advent and a New Church Year! Advent, similar to Lent, is a season of spiritual preparation encouraging us to pause and reflect. Advent, unlike Lent, is more warm-and-fuzzy with less emphasis on repentance. Instead, Advent is the preparation of our heart, soul, and even our world for a divine house guest. Advent is… Continue reading Advent Wreath
InvocationGathered in voice and heart, we pray for the creation, nations, and communities. Prayers International Governments God of the Nations, you created ALL people. Blessed be the peace-makers who seek to reconcile and build relationships across lands and oceans among diverse people. Guide our international relations to reflect your light of grace and love. Unite… Continue reading National Day of Prayer Service (2020)
On Ressurection Evening, we hear the story of two disciples walking to Emmaus... they are processing it all and a guest joins them.
The Easter Prayer Vigil retells the History of Salvation, concluding with the Resurrection account of John.