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As we conclude this journey through the Gospel of Mark, we arrive at both ending and beginning. This selected text includes a brief excerpt from the drama of Jesus’ arrest. But this isn’t where the story ends. When the world is at its darkest, the sun begins to rise. Just as Jesus has defied social norms throughout his life, he even defies death.
As we continue in the passion narrative in the Gospel of Mark, we come to a moment that is among the most holy in our Worship experience. Among the various Christian traditions, a near universal celebration is the sacrament of Holy Communion, rooted in this text.
In this Sunday’s text, we learn that it’s not just the religious leaders who are frustrated about Jesus’ presence and teaching. As it turns out, there are even some in Jesus’ inner circle who become angry. But Jesus teaches that their priorities are – once again – off the mark.
This Sunday is Easter Sunday!! We conclude our Lenten series with the reminder that Jesus’ death and resurrection mean we are no longer subject to sin and death.
This Sunday we will experience Jesus’ triumphant entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday…
This fifth Sunday in Lent, we continue the series “Giving It Up” by looking at giving up our lives.
This fourth Sunday in Lent, we continue the series “Giving It Up” by looking at how we treat those with whom we disagree…
An Interfaith panel of faith leaders will be gathering for a public discussion on the holy city of Jerusalem, its history, and its future.