Rev. Liz introduces the story of Abraham and Sarah. The we hear testimonials from each of Betty Chenoweth and Helen Brandt to expand on that theme. Genesis 18:1-15; 21:1-8.
We can sail where the Spirit winds blow us, trusting that the builder knows best.
Haida Gwaii is an example of a sabbath place.
As we celebrate our ongoing need to grapple with the doctrine of the Trinity dating back to its inception some 300 years after Jesus walked the earth, my fond prayer is that we might risk daring to re-visit the topic anew.
Pentecost Sunday is one of my favourite high holy days in the church calendar year!
Of course, its not a schmaltzy or romantic understanding of love-its more of an understanding of love as self-emptying.
I want to challenge you to be open to thinking and acting in new ways, including being more attentive to your relationships with Jesus through God and how they inform your faith life and your ministries.
Let us be sure then to listen for how the Good Shepherd’s comforting but edgy voice calls, guides, and leads us …
A narrative telling of the story “On the Road to Emmaus.” Luke 24: 13-48
Christ greets his followers with the words “Peace be with you”. These same words invite us, too, to lean in to the gift of this promise.