A body for caring. Frederick Buechner: says: ”God was making a body for Christ, Paul said. Christ didn’t have a regular body anymore so God was making him one out of anybody [God] could find who looked as if they might just possibly do. [God] was using other people’s hands to be Christ’s hands and … More Worship January 23, 2022
January 19, 2022 We pause to wonder with Canadian forest ecologist, Suzanne Simard, and read a bit from her new book, “Finding the Mother Tree. https://www.facebook.com/TrinityUnitedRiverivew/videos/1320031145113273/
Here we are again in those restrictions/protections needed for the common good. We look to the story of the wedding in Cana and that day the wine ran out for comfort and hope.
We are grateful to Visions United Church for welcoming us to worship. “Throughout Advent, we have focused on having our doors open, offering hospitality to all. As we enter the new year, will we close ourselves off from those who need us most, or will we be like the Magi, transformed, and going a new … More Worship January 2, 2021
Comfort and Joy be yours this Christmas Eve.
We gather on the shortest day, the longest night to light candles. Here is a link you can view tonight. CLICK HERE: Trinity Longest Night Service
Love Re-makes us.
“With joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation.” – Isaiah 12. “Joy is artesian in the sense that it is below the surface of things, it is deep within the nature of God and God’s creation, and joy like water gives life.” (Companions on the Way blog) You can view the worship … More Dec. 12. Lighting a Candle of Joy.
On the second Sunday of Advent, we light the candle of peace. And we lean into the promise to “Hold Fast to Hope.” You can watch the worship video by clicking here. https://www.dropbox.com/s/r5gst6zljv1d4he/2021-12-05%2011-01-54.mp4?dl=0 Or watch here.
Jeremiah the prophets teaches God is a Potter who is always making something new. But we are living “betwixt and between” in this time of COVID and before the new comes, we take a close look at what we are missing in our community of faith so we can make space for the new.