Wednesday Evenings in Lent, March 9–April 13, 2022. Those who are able and interested will gather at church at 6:30pm for a short service. All are welcome!
Beyond our comprehension, we often call upon our imagination to arrive at images that somehow convey how we understand and experience God’s presence in our lives. We say that God, for us, is like a “Shepherd”, or a “King” or our “Refuge and Strength”. The Bible contains hundreds if not thousands of images for God, but we’ve mostly become fixated upon only a few.
In my sermon series, based on a book written by Episcopal Priest and author Lauren Werner, we will consider ways in which we meet God, which are in the Bible, but are often overlooked. This is no small matter. As we increase the number of ways that we can imagine God, if we consider and select our images wisely, we may find ourselves meeting God much more often, and in turn, have our lives transformed in ways we’ve never imagined?
|January 10||“Wearing God: Clothing”||Galatians 3:23-27; Romans 13:14; Col. 3:10, 12-14)|
|January 17||“Wearing God: Smell”||2 Corinthians 2:14-17; John 12:1-8|
|Cancelled due to Winter Storm|
|January 31||“Wearing God: God as Laboring Woman”||Genesis 3:16; Isaiah 42:14|
|February 7||Guest Preacher – Rev. Sara Davis-Shappell|
|February 10||Ash Wednesday Service (7 PM)|
|February 14||Confirmation (One Service 10 AM) “Wearing God: “Water & Fire”||Acts 2:1-4|
|February 21||“Learning to Walk in the Dark: Who’s Afraid of the Dark”||Psalm 139|
|February 28||“Learning to Walk in the Dark: The Fear of the Lord”||Deuteronomy 4:9-14|
Worshipping as a community makes us accountable to one another, supporting one another and growing together as we clothe ourselves in Christ and compassion. We are stronger when we are together.