Dale Thompson and Maggie Sebastian look at displays in the exhibit area. Maggie is looking at the “Coming Out As A Person of Faith” multimedia project.
Something Different Sunday is almost upon us again. It will be like the last time in that we will worship in a different space. It will be like last time in that we will worship interactively. It will be different from last time in that there will be a sermon — a VERY SHORT sermon — followed by Talk Back. Yep, you heard that right. This is your opportunity to respond to the scripture & the pastor’s interpretation of the scripture. You may want to read Luke 16:19-31 beforehand.
Join us at 10:30 on Sunday, September 29 at the Condon UCC!
September 22, 2013
One Shrewd Dude
What if we refused to allow the status quo in which 22% of American children live below the poverty line? What if we were shrewd enough to work together to change this instead of accepting the shrewdness of our politicians at assuring those who give them the most money get what they want?
We will explore Luke 16:1-13 on Sunday. Why would Jesus tell a parable in which dishonesty is praised?
The fifteenth was the first Sunday of the Light a Candle for Children Prayer Vigil. Following the prelude and announcements, worship began with this Hip Hop music video featuring J. Kwest, Julian DeShazier, the pastor of University Church (UCC) in Chicago.
If you missed the sermon on Sunday, you can listen to it here. The text for “Streets of the Lost” is Luke 15:1-10.