Worship in Viral Times
Jesus promises us that where two or three are gathered, he will be there. Even if we are not actually gathered in the same room, we can gather in spirit and be assured of God's presence.
During the Covid-19 crisis, the best advice we have been given is to practice 'physical distancing' as a way of limiting its spread and protecting the health of individuals and the community; and, as church, we want to do our part in that, but also lean into our faith despite the social distance. Maybe this is a time to reflect on how we can be faithful and worshipful in different ways.
So, during this time Rev. Dan will be offering some spiritual resources and reflections on line here, and invite you to take a moment , perhaps even on Sunday morning, to pause and give a moment to God.
Below, you'll find weekly worship for Sundays and Festivals. We're also using ZOOM to hold prayer meetings, coffee klatches, socials, and hymn-a-longs. Not familiar with ZOOM? You can find out more here.
And, while we're resuming in-person worship, you may choose to continue to worship online, keeping in mind your own health, risk factors, and considerations of others.
Previous online services can be found here.
As of October 10th, the SPUC Board took the difficult decision to discontinue in-person Sunday worship. We know for the many people who came to worship 'within the shelter of God's love and these familiar walls,' this will be a disappointment. But, the church is more than bricks and mortar, and we will continue to be Christ's disciples as we worship on Zoom and serve one another in Christ's name.