(No live worship. Meditation from September 27, 2020.)
(No live gathering. Worship from September 27, 2020.)
It is our nature to look at sparse seats and memories and conclude that this is how things will be. The invitation to let down the nets when we are there’s no point to
Jesus says, I can’t do it alone. We’re all in this together. Rev Matt’s meditation is “Empty.” (Well, actually, it’s full-length…) With Laura Intravia and the Center Church Choral Ensemble. Scripture Readings bookletDownload
When we are at inaugural moments we hang on every word of the one who is beginning. The hometown pleasure of the listeners to Jesus “inaugural sermon” gives way to rage when he makes
The tone and message of your first public words signal a change from what was to what will be. Rev Matt’s meditation is titled “Jesus Begins.” With Laura Intravia and the Center Church Choral
In outrageous times we may be at a loss as to how we find common ground. John’s razor-sharp responses to the crowd’s questions point them toward a way that they know—but did not follow
When all is chaos and there’s no leadership, what are the people to do? Rev Matt’s meditation is titled “What Now?” With Laura Intravia and the Center Church Choral Ensemble. Scripture Readings bookletDownload
When expectations clash is it conflict, or energy? Our hopes and fears are met in the Boy who was born in Bethlehem, and who journeys with his parents to Jerusalem.
We have hopes and expectations and dreams and fears for our children. The Boy visiting the House of God was living under two sets of expectations and the dreams of one cannot always allay the fears of the other.