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We are in the third week of our worship series, Living the Resurrection. On Easter day,  Resurrection Day, we remember, we commemorate this extraordinary event in the history of the world. We acknowledge that it happened, but what do we do with it after that? Do we say, “Okay. That happened. It’s great,” and then go back to our lives as if nothing has changed? This worship series is based on the premise that the answer to that question is no. What comes after matters. How we live our lives in light of Jesus resurrection matters.


While people have been celebrating Jesus’ resurrection for almost 2000 years, what that means for us today may be different than it has been at any other time in our lives on this planet. On Resurrection Day, Jesus was back, but things were different. They would never be the same again. The same is true for us. We’re together, both in person, at the same point of time and space, and with others at other times and places. We are alive, and yet things are not the same, and we grieve for the ones who are missing.

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Thank you for worshiping with us this week!

John Wesley’s “Rule of Life”
Do all the good you can,
By all the means your can,
In all the ways you can,
In all the places you can,
At all the times you can,
To all the people you can,
As long as ever your can.

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