Resurrection takes time.
These are the key words for today’s sermon by Rev. Taylor as he not only shares the lesson from John’s Gospel, but the parallels to today’s pandemic that will take time to resolve.
The good news in all of this is just that, the Good News that Jesus shares with his resurrection!
Please enjoy today’s music selections and the message of the day.
Peace be with you all.
How Firm a Foundation
Nothing is beyond your power to transform!
In a gray dawn, you coax songs of Alleluia!
From the tombs of despair we take refuge in
You call us to wake up and work.
We praise you for this amazing day!
Come, Risen Christ,
in newness and hope on this Eastertide morning. Amen.
Prayer of Confession
with you there is always more life, more hope, more joy.
When doubt assails us, and we fail to recognize you at work in our lives,
Lord, have mercy!
When fear impairs our faith, and our eyes and ears and hearts
do not know you, Christ, have mercy!
When anger and sorrow stop us from doing the risky work of love,
Lord, have mercy!
Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus
John 20:19 – 31
Offertory & Song
Achieved is the Glorious Work
Sunday Sermon – Rev. Taylor
Resurrection Takes Time
Living Hope – Phil Wickham
Very insightful sermon.
I have no idea how much work it takes to pull a service together like this but I really appreciate all the effort and, as I said before, being able to read the sermon is a real bonus.
It took me a sec to figure out who was reading the scripture.
Thanks again for your message of hope. My family has been out of work, out of school, out of activities for such a crucial time. Soooooo frustrating!! Thanks for your inspiration.
Thanks for all the efforts and those involved in creating this virtual service. It is uplifting it times like these.