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Thank you for your patience and compassion, and for being the body of Christ.

Please note, we will be observing important safety protocols:
  1. Please keep a mask on at all times inside the building
  2. Windows will be open and fans on for ventilation, it will be cold, so please wear your jackets (8:30am service)
  3. Please maintain social distancing and refrain from close contact
  4. Social distancing will be maintained
  5. There will be no coffee hour after worship
  6. Offerings will be collected in stationary baskets
  7. If you feel ill, please join us online at 10:30
  8. We will be distributing communion in individually sealed cups
And we will be observing even more important relational protocols:
  1. Please be patient and kind
  2. Greet one another with joy and thanksgiving
  3. Wear your nametag
  4. Smile with your eyes and embrace with your words, not your arms
  5. Always remember that this is a work in progress
  6. Always remember that the safeguards we enact are to help make everyone feel safe and welcome


Service Times

Casual Worship Service – 8:30am, Fellowship Hall

Traditional Worship Service – 10:30am, Sanctuary

Traditional Online Worship Service – 10:30am, Livestream

Reflection on Scripture

May 28, 2021 – Mark 5:21-43

This Sunday is Trinity Sunday. There are many things we do not know about the Trinity but one thing we do know is that the Trinity is about relationship. In the Trinity we see divine relationship – God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Spirit – as One.

Our story from Mark for Trinity Sunday is also about relationship. The relationship between a father and his daughter, the relationship between a synagogue leader and Jesus, the relationship between an unnamed woman and Jesus. The story of the healing of Jairus’ daughter and the healing of the woman with the flow of blood is woven together so that one healing is sandwiched in between the other healing. We journey with Jesus from the beginning of Jairus’ plea to Jesus to heal his daughter to the healing of the woman with the flow of blood and then on ultimately to the healing of Jairus’ daughter. Jairus and the unnamed woman share in common their desperate need for healing and their genuine faith that Jesus can heal them and the ones they love.

We all experience our faith in relationship and not in isolation. We are created to be in covenant community with one another and with God. We all ache to belong and to be loved. It is the nature of who we are created to be – people in loving relationships with God and with one another.

We invite you to join us in worship this Sunday as we worship in community together both in-person and live-streamed. This is what we long for…relationship and belonging.