Click on the links below to find worship and other video messages and resources. While you stay at home in an effort to curb the spread of the Coronavirus, you’ll find hopeful and comforting messages, worship, and music. We are the church still, safely sequestered in our homes.
Please check back whenever you like. We’ll continue to add more videos as they become available.
From the Pastors
An Invitation to Palm Sunday Worship from Lynne, April 2
Lynne invites us to gather our palm frond or a branch from a flowering bush — whatever will help us celebrate Palm Sunday on April 5 together online.
An Invitation to Worship from Ken, March 26
“Now is not the time to lose faith,” seems like a good sermon title for the story of Lazuras and for the times we’re living. Ken also sings “I’ll Fly Away” for us!
Be the Love to Search and Keep Me, Prayer of St. Patrick, soloist, Megan Sharp; pianist, Jonathan Schakel
“One prayer that I am finding helpful in this time of constant change and worry is the Prayer of Saint Patrick or Saint Patrick’s Breastplate. This prayer reminds us of Christ’s presence everywhere around us and the strength that comes from our Christian faith.” Megan
A Invitation to Worship from Dorothy, March 21, 2020
“I’ve been thinking about this recommendation that we should practice social distancing, and I wonder if we can see in that an invitation to realize a deeper sense of community.” Dorothy
A Message from Lynne, March 21, 2020
“We are a creative people, because we were made by a creative God, one who continually offers us opportunities to use our imaginations and our intellects…I invite you to see worship and Christian Formation a bit differently at this time.” Lynne
A Song from Ken, March 20, 2020
“Jesus and a woman at the well meet…and Jesus talks about this living water, a water that wells up inside us, a spring water that is always there for us.” Ken
A Message from Ken, March 18, 2020
“How do we begin to deal with our own anxiety or somehow move forward through it and not let it hinder loving and caring for the people around us?…We have a choice…Will I be swept up in anxiety…or will I find a place to ground myself?” Ken
Resources for Lent
For Adults, Families with Children, and Teachers of Classes of All Ages