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Sermon Schedule

MAY WORSHIP

Easter Series: Draw the Circle Wide

The astounding event on that first Easter morning has sent “ripples that make waves” throughout all of human history. In this post-resurrection season, we will explore what it meant for the early church to draw the circle wider and wider as they spread the Gospel Good News of liberation from death through Jesus, the Christ. What could it mean for us to continue to draw the circle wide in order to offer the world a vision of the rippling effects of grace and peace, reconciliation and joy?

 

May 3

“Ripples of God’s Likeness”

Acts 13:1-3, 14:8-18

Rev. Ed Schoeneck

 

May 10: Mother’s day

“Ripples of Hospitality”Pentecost1

Romans 1:1-17

Rev. Ed Schoeneck

 

May 17

“Ripples of reconciliation”

Romans 5:1-11

Rev. Ed Schoeneck

 

May 24

“Ripples of Joy”

Romans 6:1-14

Rev. Ed Schoeneck

 

May 31: Pentecost

“Ripples of Spirit”

Acts 2:1-4    

Rev. Ed Schoeneck

 

        

 

            

 

            

 

            

 

  

 

              

 

 

 

        

 

            

 

            

 

            

 

            

 

  

 

The astounding event on that first Easter morning has sent “ripples that make waves” throughout all of human history. In this post-resurrection season, we will explore what it meant for the early church to draw the circle wider and wider as they spread the Gospel Good News of liberation from death through Jesus, the Christ. What could it mean for us to continue to draw the circle wide in order to offer the world a vision of the rippling effects of grace and peace, reconciliation and joy ?

The astounding event on that first Easter morning has sent “ripples that make waves” throughout all of human history. In this post-resurrection season, we will explore what it meant for the early church to draw the circle wider and wider as they spread the Gospel Good News of liberation from death through Jesus, the Christ. What could it mean for us to continue to draw the circle wide in order to offer the world a vision of the rippling effects of grace and peace, reconciliation and joy ?

            

            

            

            

            

  

            

            

            

            

  

       

 

  

 

  

 

 

 

  

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