The threat of snow last weekend had us rearrange our plan.  So all being well, this Sunday we will welcome Janice John-Mitchell to speak with us about the significance of Black History/African Heritage Month.  As we continue the “conversation” between the artistic expression of Henri Matisse and this week’s Gospel story of Jesus and the woman at the well, we’re invited to take note of the lines that divide and separate us, and lines we are called to cross over.

We’ll also be celebrating the sacrament of communion this and each Sunday of Lent.  Those of you joining online may wish to come with some bread and wine or juice available to you so you are able to share fully in our time together.

Lent 2:

Presider: Rev. Karen Dickey
Music: Jennifer Turner
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!

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