Worship for the 19th Sunday after Pentecost. The Rev. Carol Divens Roth preaches a sermon titled "The Invitation."
We gather at the table with brothers and sisters around the globe to celebrate the sacrament of the Lord's Supper on this World Communion and Peacemaking Sunday. The Rev. Kellie Weekley-Mills leads worship, and Sunny and Shaun share music representing various countries. Those choosing to participate in communion from home are encouraged to prepare their own bread and cup to partake when invited.
Worship for the 17th Sunday after Pentecost includes a sermon by the Rev. Kellie Weekley-Mills about the wideness of God’s love and God’s desire/plan to be in relationship with ALL people titled "'Even' is a Very Big Word."
Worship for the 16th Sunday after Pentecost featured a sermon titled "Let Us Cross to the Other Side" by guest pastor, the Rev. Kellie Weekley-Mills. We had issues again with the Facebook Livestream (I think it was my fault for playing with some of the settings to test things and then not switch them back!). The recording was interrupted at several points during the service, so that video will be removed from the Facebook page. I'm fairly certain I know what I did and can have it fixed for next week. Always a learning curve with new technology!
The edited video as well as SoundCloud audio and pdf bulletin are linked below.
Worship for the 15th Sunday after Pentecost includes a message titled "Availability..." by guest pastor, the Rev. Dr. Dan Merry. Several familiar and favorite hymns are also included in the service.
On this 14th Sunday after Pentecost, we share in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper. The Rev. Dr. Dan Merry leads us in worship this week in an energetic service full of a great message and uplifting music. In addition to the livestream video posted on our Facebook page, the edited video is available on YouTube and audio only on our SoundCloud channel.
This is our first attempt at a Facebook Live Stream of our worship service. Members are encouraged to either watch online at facebook.com/fpcedgewood and follow along with the bulletin linked below, or if they feel healthy and safe enough to do so, they may join us in the back of the sanctuary following our established safety protocols. Those wishing to watch the fully edited video on YouTube may do so on Monday morning after Shaun has a chance to add in hymns, responses, and upload it.
The Rev. Carol Divens Roth joins us once again to lead worship this week, preaching a sermon titled "The Chicken Coop." Musical selections are varied - from traditional to newer tunes, Iona Community to Irish folk song. You are encouraged to fully participate in the service from home as it happens on screen.
And special worship update (a more detailed email and post card is coming later this week):
We will move to Sunday mornings for our worship service THIS coming Sunday, August 31 at 11:00am. The same set up as Friday afternoons will apply, with those wishing to attend our recording session invited to enter the East Swissvale Avenue entrance, masked, sitting socially distanced. The same rules apply during the service: avoid handshakes, hugs, singing, but do join in prayers and responses. We will attempt to live stream the service on Facebook while recording Sunday at 11:00. The bulletin will be emailed out Friday afternoon so that you can follow along if watching the live stream. The edited video with responses & lyrics will be available on YouTube Monday morning.