March 14, 2021 Today’s passage is familiar and yet foreign. It has something to say for today’s context. One year into a pandemic and one year into virtual worship. One year from all of those things we named at the start of our worship. One year since our sense of normalcy ended. One year without hugging our families – our grandparents, our grandchildren. One year since children were born that have never been held by anyone besides their parents. One year of taking it day by day. One year.

You can watch the service here.

You can read the text here.