Children have so much wisdom and imagination to share, if we'll let them. For this weekend's worship services, it was a true joy to facilitate a space for children from our Family of Faith Preschool & Daycare to lead the people of God in worship through word, song, and art. Thanks be to God for the gift that children are in our lives, and for the joy they bring to our world!
Faith's Lenten sermon series continues, as we take a deeper look at the spiritual practices laid out in Adam Hamilton's book entitled The Walk. I preached a sermon based on Psalm 24:1-2 and Matthew 6:19-21.
This week, upon the recommendation of Faith's COVID Task Force and the vote of Session, our congregation returns to Step 3 of our Four-Step COVID Gathering Plan. Two in-person worship services will be held at 9:00am and 11:00am in the sanctuary, with all COVID protocol maintained. While we will someday begin to livestream our in-person worship services, for now we will continue to pre-record a separate service for those worshiping with us virtually. A video archive of all of Faith's worship services can be found on the church website, and I'm also embedding Sunday's service below.
(I encourage you to watch the entire service -- seriously! the children are adorable! -- but my sermon from Sunday begins at the 18:16 mark.)
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