The Sixth Sunday after Pentecost
Service of Worship & Holy Communion
11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary

Sermon by Daniel Glaze
“Can Grief be Good?”
Grief can be good—especially when it drives us to God. Grief is good when it reminds us we depend on God and God alone for life. And when this unnamed woman brings her grief to Jesus, he doesn’t just heal her, he calls her brings her into his family by calling her “daughter.” (not a minor detail).

Scripture Texts
Psalm 30:1-5
Mark 5:21-34

Music by the Chancel Choir
Out of the Depths I Cry to Thee — K. Lee Scott

Following worship there is a reception in the Lower Commons hosted by the Friendship Sunday School Class.
During July and August, Sunday School classes and small groups are hosting light receptions of lemonade and snacks in the Lower Commons.
Everyone is invited to attend!