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Seventh Sunday of Easter: May 16, 2021

The Book of Acts tells us that the very first thing that the disciples of Jesus did after his ascension was to form a church committee with adequate representation and achievable quorum. The church was the church right from the start! In this week's sermon entitled "The Unchosen", The Rev. Jason Meyers will explore the difference between being chosen and being called, and how Jesus's ongoing ministry is built upon a diversity of gifts.

  • Carillon: A Little Prelude and Fugue (Knox)
  • Prelude: Various (Bales; J.S. Bach; J.N. Lemmens)
  • Readings: Acts 1:15–17, 21–26; 1 John 5:9–13; John 17:6–19
  • Sermon: "The Unchosen"
  • Choristers: Hand Me Down My Silver Trumpet (Spiritual, arr. Ashworth Bartle)  
  • Solo: The Call (Vaughan Williams, arr. Stein)
  • Postlude: Fanfare (J.N. Lemmens)

Photo: Carving of the disciples in Met’s communion table.

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Covid-19 Update
Online Worship continues Sundays at 10:45am
  • We are currently livestreaming Sunday worship from the Sanctuary with no in-person congregation
  • All programs and meetings are currently online

Our community is resilient, caring and we will weather the storm of this ongoing health crisis.  The church has never been a building; it is a people bound to a vision of a love that can overcome every challenge.  God is with us. We are not alone. Thanks be to God.

- The Rev. Karen Bowles, The Rev. Jason Meyers and Dr. Patricia Wright, Minister of Music

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