Remote Livestream Worship (Weekly)

Find us on our YouTube Channel:  Trinity Wexford
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpkyhBcH02s5sKuS642vqgg

Worship is now in-person at 10:00 am with livestream at the same time.  

For In-Person:  Please wear a facial covering if you are not fully vaccinated.

For a recorded copy of this week’s worship, check back after the Sunday service on our YouTube Channel:  Trinity Wexford

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpkyhBcH02s5sKuS642vqgg

Sunday, June 13 @ 10:00 am

3rd Sunday of Pentecost

“Seedy Characters”

Rev. Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor

Liturgy & Music: [Download Here]

2 Corinthians 5:6-10, (11-13), 14-17 / Mark 4:26-34

 

Seeds must die for new life to emerge. Our old life must die in order that our new life in Christ can spring forth. And what does it mean that seeds of faith are planted in the world?  Summer musings.

For a recorded copy of this week’s worship, check back after the Sunday service on our YouTube Channel:  Trinity Wexford

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpkyhBcH02s5sKuS642vqgg

Sunday, June 6 @  10:00 am (Outdoor only) 

2nd Sunday of Pentecost

“…and the crowd came together again”
Rev. Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor

Genesis 3:8-15 / Mark 3:20-35

Liturgy & Music   ~ No live stream this day.  Please join us in person. ~

This Sunday we worship outdoors in celebration of being back together after a year of social distancing and COVID precautions. Being back together doesn’t end our obligations to others to be concerned or this welfare. Jesus is asked who his brothers and sisters are and he replies “Whoever does the will of God is my brother and sister and mother.” That means ALL people are joined as one household for service to others.

Sunday, May 30 @ 8:30 am & 11:00 am

6th Sunday of Easter
“Crash Helmets Anyone?”
by Rev. Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor
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Liturgy & Music PDF: [Download Here]
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Isaiah 6:1-8 / John 3:1-17

The prophet Isaiah is given a dangerous task. He’s to proclaim judgment against the king. So much for a “no politics and religion” policy. The prophet’s vision is a terrifying one, a vision of an awesome God… a Gob-smacking God. And in the very familiar passage from John’s gospel, we read of a loving God, a God who loves the whole cosmos (translated as “world”). Which is it? A God to be feared or a God who loves?