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Upcoming Sermons and Lectionary Readings

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April 2
Sermon: Walking in the Light
The story that seems to be about Lazarus raised from the dead is actually a lot about learning to live lives imbued with a pervasive sense of God’s presence, despite the naysayers.  Lent is time to practice seeing through to the life that’s really there.

Lectionary Readings: Ez. 37:1-14; Ps. 130; Rom. 8:6-11; John 11:1-45

April 9 Passion/Palm Sunday
Sermon: Who This is
As Jesus’ little band enters Jerusalem the city asks “Who is this?”  As he dies on the cross the Roman soldiers exclaim, “Truly this man was God’s son!”  In between is terror and love, humanity’s worst and best.

Lectionary Readings: Is. 50:4-9a; Ps. 31:9-16; Phil. 2:5-11; Matt. 27:11-54

April 16 Resurrection of the Lord/Easter
Sermon: Come and See, Then Go
The angel invited the women to come and see where Jesus’ body had been, but then to go where the living Christ is now.  Today we leave the tomb and our old assumptions and head out to meet Christ among the living.

Lectionary Readings: Jer. 31:1-6; Ps. 118:1-2,14-24; Col. 3:1-4; Matt. 28:1-10

April 23
Sermon: Raised Voices
There are a lot of raised voices in the world just now.  When Peter raised his voice it was to testify to a new birth into living hope. This at a time of anxiety and stress in the community.  Now would be a good time to raise our voices in witness to a God who, through Jesus, invites us to touch the wounds that offer the promise of healing

Lectionary Readings: Acts 2:14a, 22-32; Ps. 16; 1 Peter 1:3-9; John 20:19-31

April 30
Sermon: What We Should Do
Upon hearing Peter’s message the community was “cut to the heart” and wanted to know what to do.  “Repent and be baptized” is the answer.  That’s not to make bad people good.  It’s to invite God’s people to live decisively into a life of love.

Lectionary Readings: Acts 2:14a,36-41; Ps. 116:1-4,12-19; 1 Peter 1:17-23; Luke 24:13-35