The first issue of our newsletter was published this weekend. It highlights the happenings in our congregation. The pdf version is attached. If you have suggestions or additions for the newsletter, please email Jason at firstname.lastname@example.org
Carla brought the word today--a Lenten message about faith and wandering. Abraham's faith journey included a faith transition
We participated in a sharing service today, where we all had the opportunity to answer these questions:
Our sermon was delivered by Jason Eyre this week. Here are a few notes from his message.
How does God provide you refuge? Some ways might be:
My times are in your hand; deliver me from the hand of my enemies and persecutors. Let your face chine upon your servant; save me in your steadfast love.
As we recognize and express gratitude for the refuge God provides in our lives, our continuing challenge is to grow communities of refuge for others.
We are meeting online for the duration of the Covid-19 crisis. Please join us from 10-11.
You can find Zoom join codes Sunday mornings on the calendar.
Bill Gardner was confirmed a member of Community of Christ today. We are thrilled to welcome him to our congregation.
Preparing for Lent
One week from today, the season of Lent begins. The season lasts six weeks, culminating in the celebration of Easter, and is a time of personal spiritual renewal. Many people observe Lent today by choosing to make some kind of personal sacrifice as we make our hearts ready to remember Jesus' life, death, and resurrection.
Our worship service today was filled with singing!
We learned about the practice of Taize (tie-zay) singing--a musical tradition in which short, simple phrases are sung repeatedly, often in canon. The Taize Community is an ecumenical monastic order of over 100 brothers from different faiths and countries. It is located in France.
The Community of Christ hymnal, Community of Christ Sings, was published in 2013 and is packed with songs of worship, peace, harmony, thanksgiving, community, and faith.
Please enjoy an excerpt of our congregation singing "What Does the Lord Require of You?" We are by no means a professional group, but we love singing together and experiencing the spirit that enfolds us when we worship in this way.
By Joelle Wight
We are faced with lots of choices each and every day. Our choices reflect who and what we have decided to serve. Sometimes making the right choice seems overwhelming and it feels easier to make a different choice instead. However, when we intentionally reflect on who God is and on what God wants for all of creation, we are more prepared to respond with a responsible choice. One way we can do this is through spiritual practices.
Today's Worship Service was devoted to group discussion about the future of our congregation. Where do we see ourselves going? What can we do better?
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Salt Lake City, UT 84109