In This Week's E-Pistle, You Will Find:
This Sunday's Service: "Called to Be Light"
This Sunday's Gospel passage contains one of the most repeated lines Evangelical Christians quote from Scripture: John 3:16: "For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life." Does this mean one must believe in Jesus in order to have eternal life? Was Jesus God's only son, or are we all sons and daughters of God? How do we as Progressive Christians make sense of John 3:16? Please join us for this Sunday's "Video Worship Service," as we explore these questions together. Message: Pastor Sal. Music: Peter Black and Jeff Spangler.
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Last Week's Service
In the Gospel message for the Third Sunday in Lent, Jesus gets angry... so angry, in fact, that he brandishes a whip and overturns tables! This certainly is not the gentle "Prince of Peace" with which most of us are comfortable and familiar. Is Jesus demonstrating that it's okay for us to get angry? If so, what positive purpose can anger serve in our lives? Please enjoy last week's "Video Worship Service" when we explored "The Upside of Anger."
Message: Pastor Sal. Music: Peter Black and Pamela Chappell.
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