Remember Karl Barth’s dictum, that as a Christian, he found that it was important to approach his devotional life with the Bible in one hand and the newspaper in the other?
That’s very hard to do at this particular moment in history. American cities are on fire over the death of George Floyd and, though overshadowed by this current crisis, the coronavirus is still a real threat, making it impossible to safely gather in-person for worship.
Pentecost is the story of how another fire once broke out — a divine fire, a holy fire, the fire of the Holy Spirit — and how that fire, that energy, brought the disciples, and the Church, to life.
I hope our service today — the liturgy, the hymns, the sermon, the prayers — brings you some hope or comfort or inspiration during these difficult days.
You can also expect to see some faces you perhaps haven’t seen in a while, faces that I hope will bring a smile to your face and joy to your heart.
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