Easter God, who keeps appearing to us until we take you in,
we praise you for the sacraments you give us today:
the splash of water on our hands, welcoming us into the day,
the luxury of a shower, evidence of our fortunate lives,
the communion of coffee with a friend, or mac and cheese with a child.
Be present, we pray, for all who are hungry and thirsty for these simple sacraments,
filling the emptiness with both bread and presence.
In the name of the Presence, Amen.
Mary Austin is the pastor of Westminster Church of Detroit, a diverse Presbyterian Church. She blogs from time to time at Stained Glass in the City.
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