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A time to cry out, “Injustice!”

By Brent Ness / May 27, 2020

View photos from our “Spread the Flame” vigil on May 31. Instagram Facebook Dear Community, This is not a time to be silent.  For those of us who have come to be known as white, we must move out of our privileged and removed bystander status and speak out about the reality of racialized violence and […]

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Digital Worship for May 24, 2020

By Hannah Reasoner / May 24, 2020

Stay Grounded Ascension Sunday Today’s Readings: Acts 1:1-11, Luke 24:44-53 “So stay here in the city until you have been clothed with power from on high.” Luke 24:49 Happy Ascension Day! On Sunday we’ll mark the Ascension, the moment the risen Christ took off, after those forty days spent with the apostles after that first […]

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From Your Pastors: Church Reopening?

By Hannah Reasoner / May 24, 2020

“We will gather for worship when epidemiologists and other health professionals tell us it is safe to do that. Not before.” (In the meantime, please join us on our YouTube channel for worship services every Sunday and Message for All Ages every Wednesday) Oh Friends, I feel a little silly even having to write this. […]

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Digital Worship for May 17, 2020

By Hannah Reasoner / May 17, 2020

Looking Ahead Today’s Readings: Acts 1:12-17; 21-26 & Revelation 21:1-6 I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the old had passed away… And the one seated on the throne said, “Behold, I make all things new.” Revelation 21 It is clear that whatever follows this pandemic will be different from the world we […]

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Digital Worship for May 10, 2020

By Hannah Reasoner / May 10, 2020

Many Rooms Today’s Reading: John 14:1-6, 12-13 “In God’s house there are many rooms…” John 14 There’s nothing like a couple of months spent confined to your apartment to make you long for a bit more space. A balcony, maybe, or just an extra closet. More room. Jesus always holds out a vision of abundance. […]

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Digital Worship for May 3, 2020

By Hannah Reasoner / May 3, 2020

The Last Breakfast Today’s Reading: John 21:1-17 “Jesus said, Peter, do you love me? Then feed my sheep.” John 21 What are you hungry for? What’s missing in your life right now, your quarantined life? A hug? Human contact? Work? Coffee hour? That favorite whatever from Trader Joe’s, that’s somehow not worth the lines? A […]

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Digital Worship for April 26, 2020

By Hannah Reasoner / April 25, 2020

Join us for a virtual worship service, “The Hidden Gems of Jesus.” Today’s Reading: Luke 24:13-45 Follow along with this morning’s bulletin. We continue to hold each other in prayer during this uncertain time. Please add you prayer requests here. Please help us continue to create meaningful virtual worship and support essential ministries by giving online or […]

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Digital Worship for April 19, 2020

By Hannah Reasoner / April 19, 2020

Join us for a virtual service today as we see how “The Opposite of Fear is Faith.” Follow along with this morning’s bulletin. Please help us continue to create meaningful virtual worship and support essential ministries by giving online or emailing donate@stpaulandstandrew.org to make a gift by electronic check. We continue to hold each other in […]

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Digital Worship for Easter Sunday (April 12, 2020)

By Brent Ness / April 12, 2020

CHRIST IS RISEN! ALLELUIA! Join us for a virtual service this Easter Sunday, “When the Promise is Enough.” Follow along with this morning’s bulletin.  Please help us continue to create meaningful virtual worship and support essential ministries by giving online or emailing donate@stpaulandstandrew.org to make a gift by electronic check. We continue to hold each other […]

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Easter Sunday Sunrise Zoom meeting

By Hannah Reasoner / April 12, 2020

We may be physically separated, but we will come together virtually to celebrate the Resurrection! First, we will incorporate our tradition of an Easter sunrise service through a Zoom call at 6:30am. All who are interested can “go outside” at 6:30am and sign on to the call. This can be going outside literally or just outside […]

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