May 8th Sermon "Awe is a Three Letter Word" Rev. Ian White Maher

05 May 2022


Please join us for our Sunday Service, May 8th at 9am and 11am with Rev. Ian White Maher

Sermon: Awe is a Three Letter Word

Mask optional, but strongly recommended

Both worship services will be live-streamed over zoom. The 11am service will be followed by Virtual Coffee Hour. In person coffee hour will be in Eliot Hall after each service. 

The zoom link is on the front page of the website.

  • Prelude: "Spring" by Antonio Vivaldi (Italian 1678-1741) adapted and played by David Owens-Lupu
  • Welcome/Chalice Lighting/Announcements: Rev. Ian White Maher
  • Opening Hymn #112: "Do You Hear?" words by Emily Thorn, music by William Caldwell, harmony by Eugene Hancock
  • REflection: Amanda Esko
  • Interlude: "Prelude in A minor" by Phil Davis - David Owens-Lupu, piano
  • Lay Minister: Jessica Briefer French
  • Offertory:
  • Doxology: 
    • 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: "Awe is a Three Letter Word" - Rev. Ian White Maher
  • Closing Hymn #1053: "How Could Anyone" by Libby Roderick
  • Benediction/Extinguish Chalice: Rev. Ian White Maher
  • Postlude: "Pastourelle" by Francis Poulenc (French 1899-1963) - David Owens-Lupu, piano

Please note that today’s Interlude is composed by our own Phil Davis. So next chance you get give Phil a warm ‘Thank You’ for sharing such a kind gift with us.