Service of Worship & Holy Communion
11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary
Sermon by Daniel E. Glaze
In spite of all that divides us, the differences of ideas, beliefs and convictions, in spite of the fact that we are distinct persons, Jesus prays that we would re-enact the divine Trinitarian mystery and be one—just as he and the Father and the Holy Spirit are one.
Music by the Chancel Choir
Guest Conductor, Huw Williams, Bath Abbey, UK
Communion Service in E — Harold Darke
Judge Eternal — Gerre Hancock
Distribution of Bread: Here, O My Lord — William Bradley Roberts
Following worship there will be a reception following in the Fellowship Hall hosted by The Huddle.
Everyone is invited to attend!
The Huddle is a men’s group that meets on Wednesdays at 8:00 a.m. to minister to one another, learn together through book study and discussion, and challenge each another in our faith journeys, all while introducing us to a new level of friendship. We have found that this hour becomes one of the best hours of our week. If our meeting time doesn’t fit your schedule, we’d love the chance to get another group started. For more information, please contact Bill Thurston at firstname.lastname@example.org or 804-514-3360.
Circulo de Costura Exhibit
On display in the Lower Commons until June 10
Meet the Artists Reception
Sunday, June 2 at 12:30 p.m. in the Lower Commons
Since 2017, women from RRCB and CrossOver Healthcare Ministry have been meeting to teach CrossOver clients how to sew. However, more important than sewing skills were the relationships which formed within the group. Since then, not only have the relationships grown, but so has the program, including more advanced sewing classes, quilting classes, and knitting classes. The exhibit features the work of the women from all three classes.
Many of the students and teachers are with us on Sunday Morning. After the church Reception in the Fellowship Hall, stop by the exhibit to meet the women of this exhibit.