Weekly Liturgy

Weekly Worship Texts

In Holy Communion, God meets us in the meal. Jesus is truly present, and we come by the Spirit’s grace. You are always welcome at God’s table. All baptized believers are welcome to share in this, God’s gift to us. Receive the bread and eat. Receive the wine (or juice) and drink.
Place cup in nearby basket.
Gluten free option by request.


God sets a table before us and anoints us with the oil of gladness; our cup overflows (see Psalm 23:5; 45:7). Welcome to worship!

Preparation for Worship

Good Shepherd, in you I have everything I need. Thank you for guiding me along the path of life.

Prayer Ventures

Jesus, our good and loving shepherd, laid down his life for us, his sheep. Give thanks and praise to God!

Stewardship of your whole life

Psalm 23:1–The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want. You’ve read and prayed this before, but the passage’s power is only increased by repetition. Stewards believe in God’s abundance and learn the difference between needs and wants. God fills our deepest needs.

Fourth Sunday of Easter

The image of the good shepherd shows us how the risen Christ brings us to life. It is the relationship between the shepherd and the sheep, one of mutual knowledge and love, that gives the shepherd authority. The shepherd’s willingness to lay down his life for the sheep shows his love. First John illustrates what it means to lay down our lives for one another by the example of sharing our wealth with any sibling in need.


A Quote From Fr. Richard Rohr

You are created in the image of God from the very beginning. This is the basis for God’s justice: Since everyone is made in the image of God, then we need to recognize, honor, and respect the image of God in everyone.
No exceptions.