An Everyday Spirituality for Lent!
This year the preaching path during Lent will mirror the discussion group Reverend Dimock is leading on Wednesday nights, exploring sacred practices and the discovery of God in everyday life.
See the details below.
March 3 – Transfiguration Sunday. Rev. Sid Ypma in the pulpit and his sermon is Would Creation be Better Off Without Humans?
March 10 – First Sunday in Lent. We will share communion together and the sermon, Hungry and in the Wilderness, explores the sacred practice of paying attention to our hungers. The Scripture passage comes from Luke 4:1–13. The St. Andrew’s Ringers will be at the 11 a.m. service.
March 17 – Mark 5:21–43 and Psalm 46 are our texts and the sermon, Be Still and Know, explores the spiritual practice of incarnation, being grounded and present.
March 24 – Saying No is the title of our sermon and the spiritual practice of Sabbath will be our topic, Mark 2:27–28 will be the text.
March 31 – Reverend Glynis Williams, Associate Secretary for International Ministries of the PCC will be our guest in the pulpit, talking about the spiritual practice of seeing our neighbour.