Today, we sing with Ross, and Anita reads 1 Samuel 3.
What would it be like to live in a church?
The link to the video is HERE.
David K will continue a new series of study this Sunday on the book of John. Please contact David to be added to the Zoom invitation email, or contact the church office.
The Labyrinth – A Prayer Practice For All Ages
If you are finding yourself struggling with prayer right now, or feeling especially burdened or angry, here is an offering of an ancient prayer practice for your use during these tense, confusing, angering, scary, difficult, and (fill in the blank) days we find ourselves in.
The labyrinth represents the journey to God and the call back out into the world to do the work that is so needed. Print this labyrinth graphic (HERE), and using your finger or a writing instrument, trace the path to the center, linger a bit, and then retrace the path back out.
Options as you “walk” the labyrinth:
Hold a small stone in your free hand. As you “walk” to the center, contemplate the burdens that stone represents. When you reach the center, place the stone there, placing your burdens into God’s hands. As you “walk” out, consider what loving action God might be asking you to do in the world.
Alternatively, use the words to this Taize hymn and this video (HERE) as you “walk” the labyrinth.
O Lord, hear my prayer, O Lord, hear my prayer. When I call, answer me.
O Lord, hear my prayer, O Lord, hear my prayer. Come and listen to me.