This is the Sunday we are going to worship with Congregational Church of Belmont. They are quite close to us geographically, and there may be other things we have in common as well. They too are in a period of transition, about to embark on the important “who are we now, who are we next” questions. If you feel comfortable, mask up and join us in person, stay for lunch, and get to know them a little better.
You can also watch the service on Facebook Live. You don’t need to be a member of Facebook to watch. Just click on the link at 10:30 am.
I will be preaching on this week’s gospel, Mark 7:1-8, 14-15, 21-23, and our human capacity to ascribe to God what is in reality a human bias or construct. We will celebrate a great event in American history, the anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963. We’ll recite as a group some of the most famous lines from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King’s speech that day (https://youtu.be/_yOBncaiito).
Hope to see you Sunday!
Yours in faith and hope,
Rev. Jim Mitulski