Taizé Prayer Service & Holy Communion

Sunday, April 21 5:00 p.m., Chapel Taizé worship is contemplative and meditative in character, using songs which, as they are repeated, become like a prayer litany. Using just a few words, the songs express a basic reality of faith, quickly grasped by the mind. As the...

Why Do You Look for the Living among the Dead?

Luke 24:1-12 How strange it must have felt to enter a tomb, a resting place, only to find that the body you came there to pay homage to, cleanse, and anoint is no longer there. Can you imagine the shock and disbelief these followers felt over the disappearance of the...

Easter: Not Just a Day but a Season

Acts 1:3-4 I’m glad Easter is not just a day but a season. Even when all is going well in my life, it takes me longer than one day to leap from the desolation and grief of Christ’s death on the cross to the joy of his resurrection. When death’s...

Dying Love

John 19:17-30 Surely one of the most painful experiences a parent can ever face is watching one of their children die, and watching that child being tortured and executed has to be the worst. Roman crucifixion was designed to scare people into thinking twice before...