Our scripture readings for this coming Sunday-May 2 are found in Psalms 22:25-31 and in Acts 8:26-39. We are a resurrection people! Those who seek new life – new beginnings.And we, the church, must be a place of knowing and growing and accepting love.We hear today the question asked by the Ethiopian eunuch: “Here is water. What
This Sunday acknowledges that sometimes we are unsure about our steps in this world. For the disciples, even “while in their joy” at seeing Jesus after the resurrection, they were still “disbelieving and wondering.” We are reminded that even though we may not know our next steps, we can be sure they will come because
This is the Easter Season! Easter is not just one day of proclaiming that life and love are more powerful than death and hatred, but a whole “week of weeks,” as we call it–seven more weeks of daring to dance our dances with hope and passion. So let us continue our praise! Dancing requires that
We are people on a journey of transformation, and it isn’t always easy. Today, we acknowledge the hard work of becoming disciples and of setting aside the weight that clings so closely, of handing over the reins of our lives so that we can be led into wholeness. And so, we can proclaim wholeness to the broken world around us.
Welcome to Community Congregational Church of Manitou Springs! This week continues our six-weeks worship series: “Follow Me!”Today we are discussing Anything Good? as we look at whether we can still hear God calling us to follow. We are on Facebook Live at 10am! Let us know you’re watching and share prayer requests in the comments.
This worship series for our new year is calling for a new or renewed commitment to the path of discipleship, inviting both new and long-term members of the church to reaffirm and take up the challenge of new growth and new depth. We are called to follow Jesus, who went down into the waters of
O little town of Bethlehem,how still we see you lie!Above your deep and dreamless sleepthe silent stars go by;Yet in your dark streets shines forththe everlasting light,The hopes and fears of all the yearsare met in you tonight. For so many of us, over the years, a Christmas Eve candlelight worship service is the perfect