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Church Season:  Easter

Easter

In Easter worship we can embody a witness to God’s loving activity in what Dr. Makant, a religious studies professor at Lenoir-Rhyne University,  calls “the poignant gap” between Easter morning and Christ’s coming again–this in-between time in which we boldly affirm “Christ is risen, indeed! Alleluia!” and also live with the reality of loss, anxiety, and grief.  We are both/and people.  We both genuinely mourn, and we do not mourn as people without hope.  “Hope,” says Makant, “is the future tense of faith.  It is creative space, grounded in our knowledge of the resurrection-because we know that dead people stay dead . . . until they don’t.  Our knowledge of the resurrection is based on the trustworthy character of God.”

People come to worship on Easter morning and thorough out the Easter season aching not only to hear about but also to experience the love of God showing up in the midst of the reality of their lives.  Sub contraria specie, which means “under the form of the opposite,” means God can be found not only in the unlikely places we think of first-the cross, the manger, at the table with sinners, eating on the sabbath-but also right in the middle of whatever is really going on in hour congregations, your community, in the nation, in the world.  There are no godforsaken places or people.

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This Month’s Activities

Sunday Worship with Holy Communion
10:15A | Sanctuary
All earth is hopeful while it prepares the celebration, God invites all to this gathering to prepare hearts and homes to bear the Christ light anew bringing peace, hope, faith and joy.

First Sunday of the month an Order for Healing is held in worship.

Sunday School for Pre-K through 5th Grade
During worship at 10:15A | Old Kitchen
Following the Children’s Message, young persons 5th Grade and younger are invited to attend Sunday School, which follows the Spark! Curriculum and meets in the Old Kitchen.

Sunday Forum
9:00 | Library
The Adult Forum features conversation about the Sunday Gospel Lesson.

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