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Sunday Virtual Worship Service 3-29-20 (YouTube Video)
We welcome you to our virtual Sunday Service for March 29, 2020. Due to public health concerns, our community is unable to gather in person, but we invite you to enjoy some pieces of what had been planned for this Sunday’s worship service.
Our Virtual Church Service for Sunday, March 29, 2020, the Fifth Sunday in Lent. Featuring Pastor Sue Schneider, organist Logan Hamilton, a 02-02-20 recording of the ULC Choir singing “O Light Of Life” by Mack Wilberg, and readings and prayers to comfort and surround you with love, hope, and the reminder that we are all Beloved Children of God.
These are things no physical distancing can take away. Today’s texts are all about life coming out of death, so they feel especially relevant today. To those living in exile or in the shadow of death, hear God’s promise that in baptism we who have died with Christ will also be raised with him to new life. Now is the acceptable time. Now is the day of salvation. Holy God, speaking, spoken, and inspiring, ☩ bless you, unbind you, and send you in love and in peace. Amen.
Thank you for supporting ULC during this COVID-19 event while we are not gathering for common worship on designated Sundays.
Your pledge or free-will offering is needed and gratefully appreciated during this time to keep ULC and its mission(s) adequately funded.
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If you want to make your regular offering, you are encouraged to use the Tithe.ly app on this site. Click on the button above “Click Here to Donate or Give Pledge” and follow the instruction.
Special offering for March: Refugees Northwest of Lutheran Community Services