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New Roots (Encouraging the Israelites in exile to plant gardens & build houses) by Lauren Wright Pittman, Inspired by Jeremiah 29:1-7

“Never be afraid to trust an unknown future to a known God.” – Corrie ten Boom
 
 

This Sunday, July 26, we will “live stream” worship at 10:00 am. As part of our worship series—Unraveled: Seeking God When Our Plans Fall Apart—we will explore the story of the Israelites in exile. The Israelites called Jerusalem home because they believed God lived in Jerusalem. Yet, the Babylonian exile robs them not just of their home, but their identity, their welfare, and their perceived proximity to God. The prophet Jeremiah delivers a startling message to those in Babylon—to settle in, build homes, and plant gardens in that foreign land. What does this mean for those in exile? Where does God dwell when we are uprooted? What does God—what does Love—say when our dreams unravel?

 

Hope to “see” you in worship.

Rev. Dr. Brandon Lewis

 

July 26, 2020 Worship Bulletin

(You can download a copy of the order of worship with hymns)