Our children baked bread for World Communion Sunday. I was told the large piece of bread is a giant fish. (?) Not sure how it will taste, but it will definitely be a source of great interest during the liturgy on Sunday.
How are you doing with planning and writing for Sunday? Are you preaching on Moses striking the rock? The question of authority in Matthew? The great passage in Philippians on emptying oneself? Or are you going with the Narrative Lectionary and the conversation between God and Moses? Here are links to the wonderful commentary on the lectionary passages here: RCL commentary and Narrative Lectionary commentary. Are you observing World Communion Sunday in some way? Have you developed a new liturgy to share? (asking for a friend, of course….). What about a children’s sermon?
We are here to support each other in our preparations for Sunday, so please, post in the comments below how things are going for you!
Rev. Karla Miller is the Minister for Community Life at Old North Church UCC in Marblehead, Massachusetts. She is also a contributor the RevGals book, There’s a Woman in the Pulpit.
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