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June 2017 Covenant News The Newsletter of the First Congregational Church of Webster Groves FROM THE PASTOR’S DESK What Now? As Jesus was preparing to ascend into heaven he said to them: “This is what is written: the Christ will … Continue reading →
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Order of Worship with Hymns and Bulletin (links are non-interactive PDFs) On the fourth Sunday after the Epiphany, Rev. Janice Edwards Barnes introduced us to the setting of the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7). The Rabbi Jesus of Nazareth … Continue reading →
Order of Worship and Bulletin (link) Former Pastoral Associate the Rev. Janice Edwards Barnes joins us for a morning of reflection and inspiration, as we celebrate our 151st anniversary with jazz and storytelling. Jan was ordained at First Church, March … Continue reading →
Order of Worship and Bulletin (link) Annually, the week of January 18 – 25 Christians across the globe pray for unity among us (brief history). We differ so much, according to theology, interpretation, tradition, and expression, but as in the … Continue reading →
Order of Worship and Bulletin (link) Sunday, January 15, 2017, creates the opening bracket of our Year of Renewal 2017. The date is significant, because it is the Sunday in the weekend of the Martin Luther King, Jr., holiday. Our … Continue reading →
Order of Worship and Bulletin (link) The feast day of the Epiphany (January 6, or twelve days after Christmas) is when Western Christians celebrate the arrival of the Magi at the home of the Christ Child in Bethlehem. Interestingly, it’s the … Continue reading →
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Order of Worship and Bulletin (link) In consideration of the likely late night before, worshipers at our New Year’s Day worship service are encouraged to “Come as you are!” at the usual 9:55AM time. For children, even pajamas are OK. … Continue reading →