Let Pastor Berry guide us through today's Confession & Forgiveness.
Join Martha in today's spiritual stretch.
Let us sing today's gathering hymn.
Come together with Zion to sing the Kyrie.
Listen to Heidi read today's scripture lesson from Isaiah.
Read along with today's Psalm.
Hear Pastor Berry read today's Gospel and preach a sermon on today's text.
Let us pray with Zion, our neighbors near, our neighbors far away, and all those in need of God's grace.
Recite the Apostles' Creed aloud or in your heart.
Join Zion in singing an Offertory on this blessed day.
"Cold December Flies Away" is today's sending hymn.
Hear today's great postlude from David.
Listen to today's Zion Faith Conversation (#13) with Doris Mason.
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Susan Ayers Matonis
12/27/2020 08:58:56 am
Thank you keep more coming... God Bless us one and all.
12/27/2020 09:02:36 am
EVERY ONE, thank you all for that you do!!!
12/30/2020 12:24:50 pm
Chuck: I thank you for your interview!
12/27/2020 09:37:54 am
I am reminded by the sermon of the chaplain at my graduate school in 1966, back in the days of "religious preference cards" one completed at registration, who noted that the only way for an Episcopalian (or Lutheran?) to complete said card was to check "yes" to Jewish, Protestant and Catholic.
Kathryn A Foulks
12/27/2020 09:50:16 am
Thanks to Susan and Doris for sharing such personal and moving examples of their beautiful faith
12/27/2020 12:12:45 pm
If Christmas is the first day of Christmas, then on this third day of Christmas I am filled with gratitude for all composing each part of this service. I have at times watched David play the organ. I appreciate the videos of his hands and feet and his total attention absorbed in producing the beautiful music. And Pastor thank you, I had not realized so many of the details that you mentioned. And Christian again thanks for the photos that are so well placed. For example I will remember the doves symbolizing Joseph and Mary's poverty. So all involved...again thank you!
Elfie and Jim Wright
12/27/2020 02:14:10 pm
we just love the conversations, interview with Susan!
12/30/2020 07:09:36 pm
I totally enjoyed the service! I really thought I knew all about Doris but she still has a number of surprises for us. Thank you to all involved in the planning and recording of these services.
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