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The Pitcher Cries for Water – Rev. Christopher Wulff


2020-09-06 10:30 2020-09-06 11:45 America/Los_Angeles The Pitcher Cries for Water – Rev. Christopher Wulff

Sermon Description Marge Piercy’s poem To Be of Use concludes with, “The pitcher cries for water to carry and a person for work that is real.” As we celebrate Labour Day, we are reminded of the ways that our work can play a significant role in how we define ourselves, and how important access to meaningful, purposeful labour can be for each of us. Join Us on our YouTube Channel for our Worship Livestream Click here to join our worship live stream. Dial in: 1 253-215-8782,  Meeting ID:733 971 1273 Order of Service Prelude: John Hansen Ringing of the Bell Call to Community: Sanctuary Invitation and Opening Words Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Jonathan Rawle Hymn: #357 Bright Morning Stars Time for All Ages: Mike West tells Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day? Offering: One-third of our weekly plate collection for the month of September will be given to the Building Changes’ Washington State Student and Youth Homelessness COVID-19 Response Fund. Building Changes is raising and distributing funds to help organizations, schools, and local tribes meet needs that may otherwise be difficult to fulfill or sustain without additional assistance. Give by Text: 888-530-9056. Text “edit” to update payment info. Gift of Music: Rising Green, John Hansen on piano Joys and Sorrows Meditation of Shared Compassion Reflection: Chris Darnell Anthem: If You Want Your Dream to Be by Donovan Reading: To Be of Use by Marge Piercy Sermon: The Pitcher Cries for Water – Rev. Christopher Sending Hymn: #1059 May Your Life be as a Song Closing Words and Releasing the Flame Five-Fold Amen: You are invited to find hands to hold in body or spirit, across the aisle, while we sing. Postlude: John Hansen

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Sermon Description

Marge Piercy’s poem To Be of Use concludes with, “The pitcher cries for water to carry and a person for work that is real.” As we celebrate Labour Day, we are reminded of the ways that our work can play a significant role in how we define ourselves, and how important access to meaningful, purposeful labour can be for each of us.

Join Us on our YouTube Channel for our Worship Livestream

Dial in: 1 253-215-8782,  Meeting ID:733 971 1273

Order of Service

Prelude: John Hansen
Ringing of the Bell
Call to Community: Sanctuary
Invitation and Opening Words
Chalice Lighting & Congregational Affirmation: Jonathan Rawle
Hymn: #357 Bright Morning Stars
Time for All Ages: Mike West tells Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day?
Offering: One-third of our weekly plate collection for the month of September will be given to the Building Changes’ Washington State Student and Youth Homelessness COVID-19 Response Fund. Building Changes is raising and distributing funds to help organizations, schools, and local tribes meet needs that may otherwise be difficult to fulfill or sustain without additional assistance. Give by Text: 888-530-9056. Text “edit” to update payment info.
Gift of Music: Rising Green, John Hansen on piano
Joys and Sorrows
Meditation of Shared Compassion
Reflection: Chris Darnell
Anthem: If You Want Your Dream to Be by Donovan
Reading: To Be of Use by Marge Piercy
Sermon: The Pitcher Cries for Water – Rev. Christopher
Sending Hymn: #1059 May Your Life be as a Song
Closing Words and Releasing the Flame
Five-Fold Amen: You are invited to find hands to hold in body or spirit, across the aisle, while we sing.
Postlude: John Hansen