Contemplative Worship Experiences

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Prince of Peace uses the Narrative Lectionary for its Scripture readings during worship. The Narrative Lectionary guides worshippers through the breadth of the Bible, both the Old Testament and New Testament. People are invited to hear the many voices within Scripture. Beginning the Sunday after Labor Day through Advent, the Narrative Lectionary takes us through the Old Testament starting with the story of creation and moving through the Prophets. The Christmas Season through Easter focuses on readings from one of the four Gospels – Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. Following Easter until Pentecost, Scripture focuses on the early Christian Church through the Book of Acts and the Apostle Paul’s Letters. During the summer months, there are three thematic units. They contain at least one series from the Old Testament; one series from the New Testament; and one catechetical series (Ten Commandments, Sacraments, Creeds or Lord’s Prayer).

 

Pastor Andrea Fluegel - November 14, 2020

Promise of Presence

Promise of Presence

Week 2 of a six-week series called “Promises Unfold.” We have heard the promises of God in previous weeks. And on some level, we know God’s promises of new possibilities, redemption, reversal, life, mercy and forgiveness, and most of all love. In today’s scripture reading from Isaiah chapter 6, we can so easily focus on this unusual vision of seraphs, snake-like winged creatures that are messengers from God, that we miss the words of Isaiah, “Woe is me! I am lost, for I am a man of unclean lips, and l live among a people of unclean lips; yet my eyes have seen the King, the Lord of hosts!” How often do we feel that self-doubt ourselves? We always seem to sit in this place of conflict within ourselves; this in-between place of self-doubt and willingness to serve, to hope, to step one foot forward in the name of Jesus. But our reluctance and self-doubt always seem to get the better of us. How do we move forward and answer God’s call of service, compassion and forgiveness?

Scripture References: Isaiah 6:1-8

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