Rev. John Terry leads worship and will preach on “Resentment.”
Lenten Bible study continues with Psalm 46, with special focus on verse 10, “Be still and know that I am God,” with Rev. Rick Cowles and Rev. Caroline Cargo, in the Parlor.
Sunday’s music: Our Scripture reading this week is the story of the lost sheep, and the prodigal son. We begin with Johann Sebastian Bach’s Sheep May Safely Graze, and a trio of Kat Skafidas, Kyle Seniw and Michael Chellis present us the story of the prodigal son with the Victorian melodrama, The Penitent by Oswego-born Beardsley Van deWater. The choir sings Arlen Clarke’s setting of a George Herbert text, Lord, Who Hast Formed Me, and the service concludes with Johann Pachelbel’s Fugue on the First Tone.