Jesus accompanies two disciples on the road and reveals himself as the Risen Christ in oridnary means... May we be a church On the Road.
On Ressurection Evening, we hear the story of two disciples walking to Emmaus... they are processing it all and a guest joins them.
This is a different Easter, but authentic. Perhaps, we can connect with the disciples and the story more closely.
Fire, Ashes, and the mythical Phoenix describe our Lent Journey and the Resurrection.
He is Risen! (He is Risen Indeed! Alleluia!) THAT is our proclamation this morning, but it is also our proclamation every Sunday when we gather. It is our constant reminder that Christ has been raised victoriously. This Holy Week begun with the destruction of Notre Dame Cathedral in France and a picture of destruction laying… Continue reading Victory: Notre Dame and Easter
YouTube Video We begun our service with the sanctuary darkened, the stain-glass windows covered, and the items of the crucifixion central to our space; in silence, those were removed while symbols of the Resurrection were brought in. I led the congregation in a Thanksgiving for/Reminder of our Baptism, while in all black; afterwards, I put… Continue reading Resurrected into New Life
Our narrative (Mark 16: 1 - 8) this morning is built upon and continues from that of last Sunday. On Palm/Passion Sunday, we recalled the final week of Jesus' life from his triumphant entry into Jerusalem to his arrest, passion, crucifixion, death, and him placed within the tomb. Yet, this morning we joyfully proclaim another mystery… Continue reading The Invitation: Pondering Mark’s Resurrection Account