This service includes the following hymns from the Evangelical Lutheran Worship hymnal:
- 385 – Good Christian Friends Rejoice And Sing
- 376 – Thine Is The Glory
Bible readings used in this service from New Revised Standard Version (NRSV). Follow along in your Bible or at biblegateway.com.
- First Reading – Acts 2:14a, 22-32
- Psalm 16
- Second Reading – 1 Peter 1:3-9
- Gospel – John 20:19-31
This week’s service features an anthem written by Good Shepherd’s music director, Sandra Keator.
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7 thoughts on “Second Sunday of Easter Worship”
Once again, the service was very uplifting. Elizabeth’s voice is so angelic. Be well and God bless all our friends.
What an inspirational service. The message was filled with hope of better days to come. The music was beautiful, in particular the anthem sung by Elizabeth and written by Sandy. Such talent in that family. Praying for the time when we can be together again. Peace…I
Thanks once again for a lovely service. I wish we could be there in person, but I am so grateful to have the service on line. Thanks to all who make it possible. Hope to see you soon.
Thank you everyone. Stay Healthy stay well. Until we meet again. God Bless.
Happy that the technical issues were resolved so we have been able enjoy the Second Sunday of Easter service at a convenient time later today. Inspiring messages and musical offerings were well worth waiting for. We pray that all of our fellow parishioners stay well and that we all may soon share the Peace together again.
Lois and Dick Myers
The message was particularly helpful for me today. This next comment doesn’t have to do with the service. On the news yesterday, I heard of a congregation calling each other on the phone to stay connected and to check up on each other. We do this in our family, but maybe we can also do this with our church family.
Thank you for this service. Wes, thank you for including that illustration of the tightrope walker. I think that it summed up what I’ve been thinking and what we need during this time. Sandy, thank you for that anthem. We know of your playing ability but your talents of composing lyrics and music notation are awe inspiring. Liz, thank you for your voice and the way that you presented your Mom’s music. It was a very spiritual summation to the day. Wes, Sandy, and Liz, we did hear “him” but we also heard you all loud and well. Stay safe everyone.
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