Inspirational Hymn for April 16, 2020

This past week, Christians everywhere joined together unconventionally to celebrate Christ’s resurrection. Many of us made virtual calls to loved ones outside our family unit; some of us gathered by Zoom. Musicians (including our own) have been exploring technology and


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A pandemic has changed the entire world, literally putting most of it on pause. While that has inconvenienced many of us, the fear and suffering is real to many as we see or read each day in the news. It’s


Inspirational Hymn for April 14, 2020

It is good to worship. To bring ourselves into the presence of God and glory in God’s goodness. We all have our reasons to worship- from Jesus being raised from the dead, to the strength we get from God to


Pastor’s Message – April 14, 2020

Let us hope we never have another Easter like the one we just had, with church services canceled due to a pandemic. Listening to the hymn, “Christ the Lord is risen today” in a variety of offerings online, including one


Easter Sunday 2020 Comprehensive Digital Service

He is Risen! Without any more words, our Christian Faith allows us to know exactly what that means. Even with a pandemic crossing the globe and our lives seemingly distressed and at the very least disrupted, we can still take


Good Friday 2020 – Last Words (7) by Rev. Taylor & Musical Postlude

Luke 23:46 Father, into thy hands I commit my spirit. shared by Rev. Wendell Taylor Postlude – John 19:30 It is finished. sung by Matthew Redman


Good Friday 2020 – Last Words (6) & Musical Selection

John 19:30 It is finished. by Michael Trotta, composer


Good Friday 2020 – Last Words (5) & Musical Selection

John 19:28 I thirst. by Michael Trotta, composer


Good Friday 2020 – Last Words (4) & Reader Insight

Matthew 27:46 & Mark 15:34 My God, My God, why have you forsaken me? Shared by Gina D’Angelo


Good Friday 2020 – Last Words (3) & Reader Insight

John 19:26-27 He said to his mother, “Woman, behold your son.” Then he said to the disciple, “Behold your mother.” Shared by Connie Richards