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As we all know, humans are social animals. It's ironic that the cure for this pandemic is for us to be physically separated from one another. When we gather in our Sanctuary in-person this Sunday morning, please know many people will have worked very hard to ensure we will be gathering in as safe of a worship environment as we know how to create. While it's impossible to completely eliminate all risks, I'm confident we're on track to come pretty close. Along with masks, physical distancing will be required. Please read (or re-read) the specifics found in the Policy and Procedures document you received last week. I assure you we're doing our very best to keep everyone safe and healthy as we resume in-person worship.
When we gather in-person this Sunday morning at 10:00 a.m., we'll experience the Gospel in a slightly different way. Moderator David Moen has agreed to join me in presenting a dialogue sermon of sorts. I'm calling this sermon The Theatre of John 9. Together we'll take a little different approach to the fascinating story found in the ninth chapter of John's Gospel. A man born blind is healed by Jesus. Instead of that being the end of the story, it's the beginning. It really is quite a story, one that has some important lessons for us today. I think so, anyway. Maybe you will, too. I hope you'll join us.
Grace and Peace,
Rev. Mark Kuether
May 6, 2021
10:00 a.m. Worship
10:15 a.m. Sunday School
11:15 a.m. Zoom Friendship Coffee Hour
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10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
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