Worship | Anything But Ordinary Summer Sermon Series
The summer is considered a season of Ordinary Time in the life of the Church—a season in between the mystifying resurrection of Jesus at Easter, and Jesus’ birth, visited anew, at Advent.
This summer may feel like life is getting a little closer to ordinary, but after spending the past 15+ months living through a global pandemic, we’ve been changed in ways we have yet to discover.The scripture readings for these weeks follow the family narratives of Abraham, which are stories that make the title “ordinary” seem laughable.
Ordinary time is punctuated by a God who keeps showing up—persistently, creatively, and lovingly—in ways that are surprising, transformative, joyful, reconciling, and unifying.The movement of the Spirit is anything but ordinary.
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