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Singing – Worship and Music

WHAT ARE WE DOING HERE?

Singing:  Music and Worship

Every Sunday morning, we come to this place and do similar things from one week to the next.  But do we ever stop to think about why we’re doing these things?  Well, for this series, we will stop to think – and hopefully our Sundays, [along with the rest of our week] will be even more significant as a result.

This morning we will base our service around music and the spoken word.

Colossians 3:1-4; 15-17

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Gathering-Call to Worship

 

WHAT ARE WE DOING HERE?

Gathering:  Call to Worship

Every Sunday morning, we come to this place and do similar things from one week to the next.  But do we ever stop to think about why we’re doing these things?  Well, for this series, we will stop to think – and hopefully our Sundays [along with the rest of our week] will be even more significant as a result.

Easter Sunday

Easter Sunday

During the season of Lent, we listened in on a number of conversations that Jesus had on his way to the Cross.  Now, on the other side of his resurrection, we will eavesdrop on one final dialogue between Jesus and two men who were on their way home from Jerusalem.  They had heard rumours that Jesus’ crucifixion may not have been the end of the story after all, but could such stories be true?

Jesus Talks to Two Men

Luke 24:1-35

Jesus Talks to a City

 

PALM SUNDAY

Along his long journey to the Cross, Jesus stopped to engage in a number of conversations that give us insight as to why he came, what mattered to him, and what hopes he had for those who would follow in his steps.  During the season of Lent, we have been listening in to these conversations as we, too, make our own journey to the Cross.

Jesus Talks to a City

Luke 19:28-48

Jesus Talks to a Religious Person

Fifth Sunday of Lent

 

Along his journey to the Cross, Jesus stopped to engage in a number of conversations that give us insight as to why he came, what mattered to him, and what hopes he had for those who would follow in his steps.  During this season of Lent, we will listen in to these conversations as we, too, make our own journey to the Cross.

 

Luke 15:1-32