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Communion – Palm Sunday
On this day we are reminded that we have been delivered from death into life. As the word hosanna suggests, we know in our hearts that we need to be rescued from trusting only in ourselves, but what does it actually mean to ‘be saved’? What are we saved from, and for? We reflect on these questions and more at this communion service which marks the end of the Lenten season.
“Who Will Roll Away the Stone?”
It’s Resurrection Sunday, that date on our liturgical calendar when we remember that He is Risen! He is Risen Indeed! Easter has long been considered the most important date in our faith tradition. If resurrection means anything, it means that love is stronger than death. That’s something to celebrate!
“What Are You Looking For?”
Continuing with the Easter theme, we consider what it means to live a resurrected life. What do our personal and corporate choices say about the things we value? What are we truly living for? Jesus urged us to “Let the dead bury the dead.” What does this mean and how do we obey this callingwithout forgetting those who have predeceased us?
“An Interim Life”
Through the story of the Emmaus Road we will continue thinking about what means to live a resurrected life. Specifically, we’ll briefly introduce the Five Tasks of the Interim Season as we begin considering the Heritage, Mission, Leadership, Connections and Future of this congregation.
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