November 28th Sermon "Wounded Healers" by Rev. Monica Dobbins

25 November 2021

Welcome

Please join us for our Sunday Service, November 28th at 9am and 11am with Rev. Monica Dobbins  
Sermon: Wounded Healers
 

For Worship service at 9am and 11am inside the building.

  • Ticketing is mandatory (reserve your free ticket on our Eventbrite page) Click Here.
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  • Proof of vaccination is mandatory, but a photo of your vaccination card is acceptable. Using https://docket.care/ is also acceptable.
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The 11am worship service will be live-streamed over zoom followed by Virtual Coffee Hour (no coffee hour at the in-person services). 
The zoom link is on the front page of the website. 
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ORDER OF SERVICE
Many Thanks to Lissa Lander and Nikki Blackburn Fuller for cantoring today
 
  • Prelude: "Prelude II" by Eugénie Rocherolle (American, 1939-) - David Owens-Lupu, piano
  • Welcome/Chalice Lighting: Rev. Monica Dobbins
  • Why I Give: Derek Gersdorf
  • Hymn #1027: “Cuando el Pobre” - Lissa Lander and Nikki Blackburn Fuller, cantors
  • Meditation: Rev. Monica Dobbins
  • Meditation Response: "Prelude Op.13, No.3" by Alexander Scriabin (Russian, 1872-1915) -  David Owens-Lupu, piano
  • Offertory
  • Doxology: - Lissa Lander and Nikki Blackburn Fuller, cantors
    • From all that dwell below the skies
    • Let hymns of faith and hope arise
    • May peace, good will on earth be sung
    • Through every land by every tongue
    • Amen
  • Sermon: "Wounded Healers" - Rev. Monica Dobbins
  • Hymn: "If I Can Stop One Heart From Breaking” words by Emily Dickinson - Lissa Lander and Nikki Blackburn Fuller, cantors
  • Benediction/Extinguish Chalice: Rev. Monica Dobbins
  • Postlude: ""Andante" from the Piano Concerto No.2 by Dmitri Shostakovich (Russian, 1906-1975) - David Owens-Lupu, piano
#1027 Cuando el Pobre
(When the Poor Ones)
words by Jose Olivar and Martin Seltz
music by Jose Olivar and Miguel Manzano
 
Cuando-el pobre nada tiene y-aún reparte,
cuando alguien pasa sed y-aguanos da,
cuando-el débil a su-hermano fortalece,
va Dios mismo-en nuestro mismo caminar
va Dios mismo-en nuestro mismo caminar.
 
When the poor ones, who have nothing,
still are giving;
When the thirsty pass the cup, 
water to share;
When the wounded offer others strength and healing:
We see God,
here by our side,
walking our way.
 
When compassion gives the suffering consolation;
When expecting brings to birth
hope that was lost;
When we choose love, not the hatred all around us:
We see God,
here by our side,
walking our way.