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  • Writer's pictureRev. Susan Cartmell

April Sermons

Easter Sunday, April 4 at 10 AM - Mark 16: 1-8 - "Now What?”

There’s not much suspense to Easter any more. We know what happened to Jesus, but his disciples were so confused on that first Easter that they ran around in confusion. They had more questions than answers. As I look at this time in human history, as we emerge from this frightening time of isolation and fear, we also don’t know what to expect. So this Easter story may have a lot to tell us. Join us on the lawn or online. The Sacrament of Communion will be served. Sunday, April 11 -"A Vulnerable God" (John 20:19-31), Rev. Farrell-Starbuck Jesus reveals his own vulnerability to fearful disciples and affirms the strength of our human vulnerabilities. Sunday, April 18 - "Who Will We Be?" (1John 3:1-7) Rev. Peggy O'Connor The passage highlights the tension between now and the future. What are the disciples to be and do after the crucifixion? How about us? Sunday, April 25 - "Walking Through the Valleys" (Psalm 23) Rev. Farrell-Starbuck Some gifts offered by the Good Shepherd on our journeys through valleys of death.

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