in whom we know the power of redemption,
you stand among us in the shadows of our time.
As we move through every sorrow and trial of this life,
uphold us with knowledge of the final morning
when, in the glorious presence of your risen Son,
we will share in his resurrection,
redeemed and restored to the fullness of life
and forever freed to be your people. Amen.
Please join us for worship this week and for the congregational conversation afterwards.
In my sermon we’ll look in Luke 24:13-48 at how Jesus steadied the faith of the people in his community in the midst of change. Our country is going through changes; our church is changing. Yet one thing remains – the love of Christ and the capacity for new beginnings and ongoing resurrections.
We hope you’ll join us.
Rev. Jim Mitulski