This Sunday (June 7) we begin holding worship services again at St. Luke's Church.
Although it is great for many of us to be with each other again, and to worship God together in community, we also know not everyone feels ready or able to join us in person just yet.
The Good News reminds us that, wherever we may be, the Risen Son will be with us always through the Holy Spirit, drawing us into the goodness and holy love of our Heavenly Father.
Rather than offer a sermon this week, I would like to invite us to try something perhaps a little new, but which hopefully can help us grow together in the knowledge and love of God. Below you will find some questions for us all to consider this week, inspired by our Scripture readings as well as today’s feast (Trinity Sunday).
Please set aside some time (or maybe a few shorter periods of time) this week to prayerfully reflect on and try to answer these questions as best you can. After this time of prayerful reflection, I encourage you to discuss your ‘answers’ with others, in the Parish or beyond. I for one would love to hear from you and listen to your responses. I know this might be a stretch for some of us, but I want to challenge you to give it a try.
Many blessings as we seek to worship, love, and serve our holy, Triune God.
Our service of Morning Prayer, Bulletin, and Reflection Questions for this week can be found here.
And our Songs for this week can be found here.