We encourage you to use our on-line resources for discipleship; read the daily walk devotions, listen to sermons online and worship hymns. Click HERE to visit our recorded sermons page for worship resources.

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If we experience issues with Zoom on  Sunday morning, we will communicate changes; First via Zoom Chat if able, then post information on our website home page and our church Facebook page. 
 
2021 Easter
 
 
May 16, 2021
Seventh Sunday of Easter
 
"Resurrection Love...Life in the Son of God"
 
Scriptures: 
Acts 1:15-17, 21-26     Psalm 1
1 John 5:9-13     John 17:6-19
 

Through the love Christ has for us that he would endure pain and death on the cross we have eternal life. We are given this as a gift from God, and this is life in God's Son. God testifies to this through God's Son and we have that testimony written on our hearts. We know it and it lives in us. We have life in the Son of God who prays for the disciples and us in the gospel lesson. Jesus prays that the Father would protect the disciples when he is no longer among them. The disciples hear Jesus pray for them to the Father. What difference would it make for you to overhear Jesus praying for you? The One who knows us and loves us completely lifts us up in prayer, and gives us eternal life through the Son. Resurrection love testifies to life in the Son of God.

2021 Easter

2021-24 Capital Campaign

Community of Grace invites you to participate in pledging towards the 3-year capital campaign. Our goal of $130,000 over 3-years will ensure that the mortgage is paid while have some extra for the building fund savings account for maintenance needs. Click HERE to submit your 3-year capital campaign pledge.


 

Daily Devotion
Tuesday, May 11, 2021
New Commandment

“I give you a new commandment, that you love one another. Just as I have loved you, you also should love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples, if you have love for one another.” John 13:34-35. God’s commands for us are always wrapped in love and grace. God wants us to act and use our gifts in this world, in love. Each of the gifts we have been given by God bring love into the world. They work to create positive change in the life of others. That is how the world identifies who we are in Christ, by our love. Just as Jesus instructs his disciples in these verses; they are to love one another as he has loved them. We too are to love one another as Christ has loved us. Love has so many forms and one of my favorites is kindness. Just being kind to one another, showing empathy, sharing a smile, praying for someone. These are all ways to shower more kindness into the world. Life can be stressful and difficult but often times we can make our own lives better by making someone else’s life better. So, have courage and be kind. It will make all the difference to you and someone in need, as you both are beloved by God. Prayer: “God of love and grace, help us to follow your commandment to love one another with the same abundant love in which you have shown us. Help us to have courage and be kind in moments where it is difficult for it is in those moments that your love comes to us and the person we encounter blessing us both. Amen.”

Written by Vicar Jamie Witt

 
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