Some Greeks asked to see Jesus and he responded by telling the disciples about a grain of wheat that must fall to the ground and die. In dying the single grain produces many seeds. While a forshadowing of his own death and resurrection, Jesus was also challenging those who heard in regard to their own lives.  How can we be like a seed that when it dies to itself, bears much new fruit? What are we holding on to that might be keeping us from “seeing Jesus” and experiencing the fullness of his new life? 

We worship together united by the Spirit of God present within each of us.