For RCL preachers, it’s mostly Rock Sunday; there’s some good connections and discussions on the RGBP post from Tuesday. Narrative Lectionary preachers are encountering church conflict in Acts 15 (and perhaps within their own congregations), and the Tuesday NL post has some intriguing questions to consider.
Besides the lectionary passages to consider, there’s Mother’s Day (there are several threads of discussion on whether, and how, to observe Mother’s Day in the RGBP facebook group), the constantly moving political situation in the U.S., upcoming graduations, and all of the things that go on all of the time in our congregations. We’re all ears for children’s time suggestions, prayer suggestions, and anything else you’re planning.
Our snack table has peaches (they’re from Florida, the grocery store tells me, and they are pricey, but oh, the first peaches of the season are delicious), cantaloupe, and I’m considering making Snickerdoodles, too. Enjoy!
Monica Thompson Smith is a Presbyterian Church (USA) minister, serving as stated supply pastor of First Presbyterian Church, Luling, TX. She is a contributor to There’s a Woman in the Pulpit.
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