Remote Livestream Worship (Weekly)

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Worship is now in-person at 8:30 & 11 am with livestream at 8:30 am only.  

For In-Person:  In order to maintain the safety of all worshippers, we are maintaining social distancing and facial covering requirements for in-person worship.  Seating capacity is set at 50 for both services.

Check back here after Sunday for a recorded copy of the Sunday worship.

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

Sunday, May 16 @ 8:30 am & 10:00 am 

7th Sunday of Easter

Rev. Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor

Acts 1:15–17, 21–26 / John 17:6-19

Liturgy & Music [Download Here]

The Acts passage tells about choosing the successor to Judas. God is asked to look at the heart of potential candidates and reveal who’s to be chosen. In the gospel reading, Jesus prays that his followers will continue his work. A question arises from both readings: To whom do you belong?

Check back here after Sunday for a recorded copy of the Sunday worship.

Find us on our YouTube Channel:  Trinity Wexford
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May 9 @ 8:30 am & 11:00 am

6th Sunday of Easter
“Joy to the World”
by Rev. Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor
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Liturgy & Music PDF: [Download Here]
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Acts 10:44-48 / John 15:9-17

The Acts passage is a post-Pentecost scene showing the Spirit of God welcoming all people into covenant. Circumcision is no longer the defining mark of relationship with God. And in the passage from John’s gospel, Jesus reminds people that the commandments are ways to demonstrate love to God and to neighbor. Joy is found in loving.

May 2 @ 8:30 & 10 am

5th Sunday of Easter

Rev. Doug Gebhard, Interim Pastor

Liturgy & Music: [Download Here]

1 John 4:7-21 / John 15:1–8

Eunuchs were a special class of person in ancient Rome. A castrated male assigned to the royal courts, eunuchs were deemed “safe” not able to bring forth children in the royal court. In ancient Israel, Eunuchs weren’t permitted to be members of the community and were shunned. So when the Ethiopian eunuch asked to be baptized (and was!), something new, something topsy turvy occurred. No longer cut off, the eunuch was joined to Christ. As Jesus would say, “Cut off from me you can do nothing.”