As April begins our Lenten Journey is almost over. With the disciples we have been with Jesus as he travels from Galilee to Jerusalem. As we go we have heard Jesus repeat the call to follow him. The same invitation that first drew the disciples from their homes and livelihoods three years before is deepening now. The closer Jesus gets to Jerusalem, the more the ways of God’s Kingdom are juxtaposed against the ways of the world. Jesus has been talking about his coming death and resurrection. In April we will witness it as our readings take us from Jesus’ final teaching to his death and resurrection. Then at the end of the month as we meet the now resurrected Jesus on a beach in Galilee once more we will hear his invitation again: Follow me!
Please note the new time of 9:15 a.m. for the early service.
We welcome Huda back to the pulpit on April 23. She will preach On the Road to Emmaus from Luke 24.
April 30 is Music Appreciation Sunday. Today we meet up with the disciples by the sea of Galilee in John 21. After all they have been through, here they are, back where they started… then Jesus arrives… Reverend Dimock’s sermon this Sunday is called Breakfast on the Beach.