noun the action or fact of joining or being joined
Watching the election results last week, I was reminded that there is still so much work to be done. There are more people who need to know that they are loved by God and that others are loved by God just as much. And that we are all created in God's image and called to be co-creators with God for our world.
In order to do this work well, we must be joined together. To be a union. In our current sermon series, we have been considering how our liturgical practices join us together, challenge us, and even change us.
This Sunday we will focus on the liturgical practice of singing, with a hymn-sing service focused on our songs of justice. In addition to singing, we will explore how our singing forms us inwardly and outwardly for the work of justice.
Our Virtual Family Re-Union immediately follows are worship service. And although we cannot be together physically, we will come Together for Joy to celebrate the many accomplishments of 2020. I think you will be amazed (and possibly surprised) at all the good things happening!!
After we celebrate, there are a few business items to address and you can find information about those on our website.
Members, to be able to fully participate, please join via the worship zoom link. We will also be streaming live in our in-house FB group. For those who are not members, although unable to vote, you are welcome to attend.
I look forward to being with each of you in worship, in celebration, and even in doing the work of the church through our votes!