All Creatures Worship God Most High
Celebrating the Feast of St. Francis
Francis of Assisi, renewer of the church, had a spirit of gladness and gratitude for all God's creation. In a hymn written by St. Francis, "All Creatures Worship God Most High," God is praised through language that sees our familial connection with the world: brothers wind and fire, sister water, and mother earth. The hymn commands each creature to find its voice, praising God by and in their very beings. Today we give thanks for the beauty of the earth and the wonders of its varied inhabitants, we confess our failure to tend to the creation that has been entrusted to human care, and we we engage in a ritual of blessing for the animals that are our companions on this planet.
In addition to the online worship service below, on Sunday mornings there's Zoom Bible Studies from 9-9:24 am, a Zoom Children's Sermon from 9:45-10 am, Zoom Confirmation Class from 11:30 - 12:15 and a socially distant abbreviated in-person worship service with Holy Communion from 10:30-11:10 am. Click on the title of highlighted meeting to join.
Mark your calendar for the Annual Meeting, Sunday October 18th, 11:30 am held via Zoom. The Book of Reports is available HERE.
We are glad you are part of our church, whether online or in-person, and we pray that through it you find grace and hope.