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Forgiven, Not Forgotten – Rev. Christopher Wulff


2020-09-20 10:30 2020-09-20 11:30 America/Los_Angeles Forgiven, Not Forgotten – Rev. Christopher Wulff

Join the live stream on this service on our YouTube Channel at 10:30 on September 20. In the song, Not Ready to Make Nice, the country band, The Chicks, formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, sing “Forgive, sounds good. Forget, I’m not sure I could.” It’s a blessing that those times when we have forgiven, or been forgiven, are not easily forgotten. The act of restoring covenant, from authentic apologies to reconciliation, can help us weave together a stronger fabric of community and heal deep wounds. In this congregation we practice the difficult art of forgiving ourselves and each other, and beginning again in love. Order of Service Prelude Ringing of the Bell Call to Community: Sanctuary Invitation and Opening Words Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Ivy Ficarra Hymn: #218 “Who Can Say” Time for All Ages: Liz Bucklew Singing the Kids to Religious Exploration Offering: Building Changes’ Washington State Student and Youth Homelessness COVID-19 Response Fund. Meditation Joys and Sorrows Litany of Atonement and Forgiveness Personal Reflection: Lisa Reitzes Anthem: “Forgiveness’ Embrace” Sermon: Forgiving, not Forgetting Sending Hymn: #146 “Soon the Day Will Arrive” Closing Words and Releasing the Flame Five-Fold Amen Postlude

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Join the live stream on this service on our YouTube Channel at 10:30 on September 20.

In the song, Not Ready to Make Nice, the country band, The Chicks, formerly known as The Dixie Chicks, sing “Forgive, sounds good. Forget, I’m not sure I could.” It’s a blessing that those times when we have forgiven, or been forgiven, are not easily forgotten. The act of restoring covenant, from authentic apologies to reconciliation, can help us weave together a stronger fabric of community and heal deep wounds. In this congregation we practice the difficult art of forgiving ourselves and each other, and beginning again in love.

Order of Service

Prelude
Ringing of the Bell
Call to Community: Sanctuary
Invitation and Opening Words
Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Ivy Ficarra
Hymn: #218 “Who Can Say”
Time for All Ages: Liz Bucklew
Singing the Kids to Religious Exploration
Offering: Building Changes’ Washington State Student and Youth Homelessness COVID-19 Response Fund.
Meditation
Joys and Sorrows
Litany of Atonement and Forgiveness
Personal Reflection: Lisa Reitzes
Anthem: “Forgiveness’ Embrace”
Sermon: Forgiving, not Forgetting
Sending Hymn: #146 “Soon the Day Will Arrive”
Closing Words and Releasing the Flame
Five-Fold Amen
Postlude