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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' 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 (Vaughn Williams, arr. Stein)
  • Postlude: Fanfare (J.N. Lemmens)

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

We will celebrate The Rev. Karen Bowles' ministry with us next Sunday, May 23.


The cornerstone of our week, Worship at 11am is offered under the leadership of The Rev. Karen Bowles, The Rev. Jason Francis Meyers, Dr. Patricia Wright, lead singers and members of The Metropolitan Choir, and featured instrumentalists.

Please note that worship is currently online only, livestreamed from the sanctuary. The prelude begins at approximately 10:45am.

Worship is livestreamed on the site at, Facebook and YouTube. You can also watch the service on your phone or tablet via the Met app. You may need to refresh your page if you arrive early. Past services are found on the Sermons & Livestreams page.