The on-line service of worship will be found on First’s website. The sermon, “Mercy Wide as the Sea,” is based on the parable of the workers and their wages, Matthew 20:1-16. Jesus drives home the central point of the Christian life—all is grace. William Barclay comments: “We cannot earn what God gives us; we cannot deserve it; we cannot put God in our debt; what God gives to us is given out of the goodness of God’s heart, out of God’s grace; what God gives is not pay, but a gift; not a reward, but grace.” Laura Team Taylor will sing a solo and her mother, Lisa Team, will lead the morning prayers. Laura, a junior at Savannah Country Day School, is in rehearsals for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, which will be staged at SCDS on October 22, 23, and 24.