We are over halfway through September already, but it still feelings like Summer. Well we should enjoy the 30 above for as long as we can because before we know it, things will turn to 30 below.
First note, the bulletin for tomorrow’s service is up and can be found here. Also, if you went looking for last week’s message, you will have noted that it is not there. Sorry about that. Technical difficulties got in the way, but we hope it is resolved for tomorrow’s service.
Speaking about tomorrow, the Bible Study begins tomorrow, September 20th at 2 p.m. in the Ladies’ Parlour. I hope to see lots of people there. Don’t worry if you don’t have a lot of experience with the scripture, as it is more about sharing perspectives on readings than anything. I hope to get a Bible Study page up with the weekly passages we’ll be looking at, but until then, here are tomorrow’s readings with a little bit of what they are about:
Esther 7:1–6, 9–10; 9:20–22
Esther pleads for the life of her people.
If God had not been at our side.
The sick should be anointed by the elders.
If your hand causes you to stumble, cut it off.
Most of the time I only choose two of the four Lectionary readings for a given Sunday. If you aren’t sure what the word Lectionary means, tomorrow at 2 will be a great time to find out 🙂 Remember, all ages and voices are welcome.