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April 30, 2017
"Does Christ Still Show Up?"
The Risen One mysteriously appears to the disciples on the Road to Emmaus… but does that mean we still find him on water towers, or French Toast? How might each of us understand these holy “visions?”
Rev. David Lewicki, preaching.
Part of the Easter Sermon Series: “Finding Christ in Culture”
A 4-week sermon series in which we explore the way Christ appears in our culture. People claim to hear Jesus’ voice in their heads, or see his face miraculously on a piece of breakfast toast. Jesus appears as a character on the Simpsons or in iconoclastic visual art. Jesus is in Bruce Springsteen songs and best-selling novels. Are any of these “faithful” visions? How do we know? Where in the world do you see the Risen Christ appearing?
Sunday, May 7, 8:30 and 11am (Confirmation Sunday) – “The Grand Inquisitor.” Why is it that some people who raise doubts about Christ often inspire us more than people who claim to wholeheartedly believe? What can doubt–about the resurrection, about Christianity, and the church–teach us about faith?
Sunday, May 14, 8:30 and 11am (Senior recognition) – “Is Christ a Woman of Color?” We expect to see the Risen Christ in unexpected places, taking unconventional forms, challenging the powers of the world, subverting injustice and cultural supremacy?
Sunday, May 21, 8:30 and 11am (Teacher recognition) – “The Long Road Toward Mercy.” Whose life inspires your Christian journey? In whom do you see Christ alive? We look at the ordinary and extraordinary saints whose faith and lives of service, compassion, and mercy inspire our own faith.