Moment of Clarity With Rev. Lorrie Daly-Price
Jesus Laughed Out Loud

Jesus Laughed Out Loud

August 30, 2020

In Matthew 4:18-23 we hear Jesus calling to Peter and his brother Andrew to leave their lives and livelihood behind and to follow him as he will make them fishers of people.  In this dramatic reading, we hear these brothers reflect on their time spent following Jesus, and the laughter and understanding he brought to them, even amidst the turmoil and challenges of the day.

A life in faith

A life in faith

August 23, 2020

Paul’s letter to the Church in Rome tells us that although we each have different gifts and talents, we are all one in the body of Christ and that we are to be a living sacrifice. What does that even mean?  Think about what this may mean to you personally as we unpack this during worship.

Jesus Is

Jesus Is

August 10, 2020
The scripture of Matthew 16:13-20 has Jesus questioning the disciples, "Who do you say that I am?" Confounded, they must have thought that an odd question. They respond saying he is maybe John the Baptist, Elijah, Jeremiah or one of the other prophets. Simon Peter stepped boldly forward and proclaimed Jesus as "Messiah, the Son of the living God."
 
Our second scripture is John 6:35, 41-51 where Jesus himself said to them, "I am the bread of life.  Whoever comes to me will never be hungry, and whoever believes in me will never be thirsty."  He was so more than a carpenter, more than an activist, even more than a miracle worker.  John's gospel is the answer.
 
Join us as we worship.  When worship is finished go out and praise God because JESUS IS.
Footsteps

Footsteps

August 9, 2020
Our footsteps lead us all over the beautiful earth that God created.  From the first sin - eating from the Tree of Knowledge in the Garden of Eden we have been sinners.  Through the life, death and resurrection of Jesus we have been saved.  How do we build that deep and faithful relationship with God?  Please join us for our worship service.
 
For context, please read the following Scriptures:
Genesis 37:1-4,12-18
Romans 10:5-15
Stepping Out

Stepping Out

August 3, 2020

This week’s reading from Matthew’s gospel begins with Jesus at prayer. After transforming a few loaves and fish into a banquet and a day of preaching and teaching, Jesus retires to a quiet place to commune with God. We too have opportunities to be still and listen for God’s voice in stillness, as well as in the commotion of daily life. 

 

From silence Jesus goes into action, riding the waves to meet his followers. Once again, they are afraid of the storm. Jesus reassures them that all will be well, inspiring Peter to jump out of the boat. As long as Peter looks to Jesus, he can walk on water. The moment he is overcome with fear, he sinks. 

 

Today's readings invite us to look to God for help and wholeness. When we keep our eyes on Jesus, we gain perspective on life and see the storms and trials of life in terms of God’s movement in our lives. 

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