POST-SERVICE ZOOM Coffee Chat (join others online after the service)
Sunday, February 5th: 10:15AM - In-Person and On-Line
This Sunday we look forward to André Fontaine offering the reflection as he offers what comes to light in relation to the passage in St Paul’s letter to the church in Corinth. A community with much division, turmoil, and confusion. Is it that much more different today in our society? We will reflect how Paul’s letter is relevant to us today with so much division among us. What is Paul calling us to do, to be? Let us come together on Sunday to reflect how we belong to this world and how we could be part of God’s field, God’s building.
Rev. Karen Dickey
Scripture: I Corinthians 3: 1-9
Sunday service is also live-streamed from the sanctuary at 10:15am Sunday morning. Please participate, live on YouTube. The platform has the option for you to add your comments, prayers and concerns in the live chat window. You may also choose to write your prayers down, speak them aloud during the service, or send your prayer requests to Karen via email. Arrive at 10:15am to greet each other, then the service will begin right at 10:30am.
NOTES: to participate more fully in the live-streamed service, go to our YouTube Channel.
LOOK for the words Live Stream in RED and click on that live stream.
You are welcome to greet your friends as you wait for the service to start.
Our worship each Sunday is intended to be a collective experience, a communal practice.
We might step into whatever is our sanctuary, each one of us as individuals, and yet as we assemble, from wherever we are, we become a people, drawn together through song and prayer, through word and ritual, and through the Spirit who breathes through it all, through us all.
One and the same Spirit uniting us breathing us into life!
After the service, we will gather live via Zoom to continue our time together in conversation.
Click HERE for the post-Service Zoom link. ( Meeting ID: 848 8764 1402 Passcode: 680529)
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