Recent spiritual gatherings

February 23, 2020“Lost in translation” — We concluded a series of four Sundays on the “The Lord’s Prayer” with a reflection on a song by Leonard Cohen (“If It Be Your Will”) and a reading from Mark (Mark 14:32-42, Jesus prayers in Gethsemane). The choir sang “Jesus Ueja” – Ian

February 16, 2020 — David Faber delivered a reflection called “We are all God’s workers” based upon Deuteronomy 30:15-20 and 1 Corinthians 3:1-9.

February 09, 2020 — David Faber led a reflection on the light of Epiphany. The choir sang “This Little Light of Mine.”

February 02, 2020God help us — We resumed a series of reflections on the “Our Father” prayer that Jesus taught his friends. The choir sang “Bread of the World” and we celebrated the sacrament of communion.

January 26, 2020 — “Will you come and follow me if I but call your name?” — We joined with our Zimbabwean friends for worship and a simple lunch catered by The Congregational Care Team. I reflected on God’s call based on a reading of Matthew 4:12-23 in which Jesus calls his first followers. The choir sang “There Is No One Like Jesus” – Ian

January 19, 2020Kingdom come — We continued a series of reflections on the “Our Father” prayer that Jesus taught his friends (Luke 11:1-4) and on the place of prayer in our lives The choir sang “Patience” by Linnea Good – Ian

January 12, 2020 — “How, then, should we pray?” — We began a series of reflections on the “Our Father” prayer that Jesus taught his friends (Matthew 6:9-13) and on the place of prayer in our lives.

January 05, 2020Vision 2020 — On the 12th day of Christmas, we heard the other biblical story of Christmas, the one involving a star, Magi from the East, and a murderous rampage by King Herod (Matthew 2:1-18). I reflected on what might lie ahead for us in 2020 – Ian

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