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Jonathan Chute - "Getting Involved"The letter to the Ephesians was composed near the end of Paul’s life, possibly while he was imprisoned in Rome. It circulated widely among the churches of the day. The letter reminds us that new life in Christ is a gift of God’s grace. We do not earn or achieve our salvation. We receive it.Our gospel text for ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Out of Business"According to John’s gospel Jesus is barely into his ministry when he visits the temple in Jerusalem. There he sees the animals being bought and sold, and money being exchanged for the temple offering. He reacts with anger, driving out the animals and turning over the tables of the money changers. The temple, Go ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Necessary Losses"The story that takes place in this week’s gospel comes at a crucial point in Jesus’ ministry. He has been with the disciples for some time, and they have seen and learned much along the way. But now he describes to them a picture of the future that they can barely understand, let alone accept. He tells his fri ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Here and Now"Lent is a season of forty days, not counting Sundays, which began on Ash Wednesday this past week and will end the day before Easter. Sundays are not included in the 40 days of Lent because they are always celebrated as the day of Christ’s resurrection. The word “Lent” carries within its meaning a reference to the ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Preserving the Memory"It is the Sunday of the Transfiguration, and this week’s gospel describes one of the most mysterious events in the life of Jesus. He takes three of the disciples with him to the top of a mountain. Once there, his appearance changes dramatically. His clothes turn a bright white, and Moses and Elijah sudden ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Getting Jesus"In our gospel this week Jesus experiences a dramatic response to his healing work in Galilee. Many people have heard what he has done and come out to see him – especially those who are struggling and sick. The house where they are staying is surrounded. Through the evening he cures people from all kinds of illnes ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Authorized"This week’s gospel finds Jesus teaching in a local synagogue. While the content of what he said is not recorded, the impact of his words and his presence is dramatic. Both the people of the congregation, and even a demonic spirit, recognize the authority with which he speaks. It is not like anything they have heard ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Acting Swiftly"On the third Sunday after the Epiphany, we explore the call of God as it comes to people who had something else in mind. Our first scripture comes from the book of Jonah. When he hears God’s voice, it tells him to bring a message of repentance to the people of Nineveh. He is reluctant to do so, because he fears ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Making and Entrance"In this Sunday’s scripture John the Baptist appears in the wilderness of the Jordan. Mark calls this “the beginning of the gospel.” He doesn’t provide much background. Instead, he drops us into the middle of something already well under way. Just as suddenly Jesus appears on the scene and is baptized. Mark ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Guided by Wonder"Have your Christmas decorations been packed into boxes and put away? If so, you are not alone! 2018 has begun and we are moving forward. Meanwhile, some wise and wealthy travelers are transporting their boxes across a challenging landscape. They are carrying gifts they wish to present to a newborn king. Their ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "The Touch of Grace"Mark opens his gospel with these words “the beginning of the good news of Jesus Christ.” But the story begins in an unexpected location for most of us. There is no manger, no stable, no anxious parents or newborn baby. We find ourselves not in Bethlehem, but out in the desert with John the Baptist. In that t ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Enduring Hope"In this week’s scripture the prophet Isaiah seeks to bring a word of comfort and encouragement to God’s people. Like many before them, and many in our own day, they have suffered terribly and even wondered if God has abandoned them completely. In the midst of their trials, Isaiah does not offer easy optimism, but ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "ETA"This Sunday’s gospel is a preview and promise of the second coming. Jesus describes the day of his return, and tells the disciples what they should do in the meantime. He shares a parable of a man who goes away on a journey and leaves his servants in charge. It is a familiar set-up – one he uses in several other parables. ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Unseen"Our gospel for this Sunday portrays a picture of the whole human family brought together at the end of time. The Son of Man, the Messiah, sits before them on his throne in judgement. He separates the people into two groups, as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats, the righteous from the unrighteous. It turns ou ...…
 
April Herron - "Overflowing Gratitude"Our scripture text will be 2 Corinthians 9:6-15. In this excerpt from one of his letters, Paul contemplates the joys of sharing God’s abundant blessings, the confidence we can have in God’s goodness, and the ways we can participate in God’s generosity. “Thanks be to God for his indescribable gift of grace!” ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Don't Be Late!"In this week’s gospel Jesus tells a story of preparation and readiness. Ten bridesmaids are waiting to meet the groom, who arrives for the wedding much later than expected. Because of the delay, five of them do not have enough lamp oil to last the night. Just before he appears they go out to shop for more oil. B ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Upside-Down"In this Sunday’s gospel, Jesus teaches his disciples about life in God’s kingdom. Those who live in the grace of God may end up looking a little different from others around them. The blessing of God is with them as a source of humility and peace, of courage and compassion. Their lives stand out from the crowd, and ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "The View from Mount Nebo"This week’s scripture shares a poignant moment near the end of the life of Moses. After years of wandering in the desert the people are at last ready to enter the Promised Land. But Moses will not get to go with them. Though he devoted his life to the freedom and future of the people of Israel, the clo ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Not Going Without You"For some time now, we have been following the liberation of God’s people enslaved in Egypt. God chose Moses to lead God’s people across the Red Sea, through the desert, to safety at Mt. Sinai. The people complained to Moses, even wishing to go back to enslavement. They built golden idols and disobeyed God ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Passing it Along"This Sunday is Laity Sunday. “Laity” means “the people of the church.” We will look at a teaching from Jesus that simplifies God’s commandments down to two that are sometimes called the Greatest Commandments. We will discover how well we are doing as a community of faith in fulfilling God’s will. And we will c ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "On the Way"This week’s scripture includes some of the most well-known words in the Bible. The Ten Commandments were given to the people of Israel during their time of wandering in the wilderness. Egypt was now well behind them. But the Promised Land was still far off. Sometimes it takes a while to learn new ways. As they moved ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Remember?"This week we follow the continuing travels and travails of the people of Israel, as they journey through the wilderness on their way to the Promised Land. While their hunger has been satisfied, now they cry out in thirst. Again, God responds to their need, and there is more than enough to drink. But Moses gives an in ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "The Enticing Patience of God"The liberation of God’s people from slavery in Egypt was momentous. After crossing the sea on dry ground, witnessing the downfall of Egypt’s military might, and celebrating their escape, the people follow Moses into the wilderness with the promise of a new home before them. Their euphoria is short- ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Against All Odds"This week’s scripture tells what happens as the people of Israel begin their journey to freedom in the Promised Land. After initially (and reluctantly) agreeing to let them go, the Egyptians decide to pursue and defeat their former slaves. Pharaoh’s army traps the departing Hebrews against the waters of the se ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "A Meal to Remember"This week’s scripture is a speech addressed by God to Moses and his brother Aaron, giving directions for the meal which will become known as Passover. The people of Israel are still enslaved in Egypt, but their deliverance is coming soon. God’s plans will lead them to freedom, though the path ahead will be f ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Yes, You!"It’s Labor Day weekend, and our scripture text from the book of Exodus brings us a story of Moses at work shepherding his father-in-law’s herds. An ordinary day of carrying out his assigned duties becomes for Moses a day of blazing transformation when he realizes he is on sacred ground and is engaged in a conversatio ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Sister Circle"This Sunday we continue our journey through the early years of God’s people, as told in the book of Exodus. Until now, the story has been seen mostly through the eyes of the patriarchs – Abraham, Isaac, Jacob and Joseph. But Exodus takes a rather different look at things. The ancient Hebrews have become enslaved ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Breaking the Chain"This Sunday’s scripture tells the story of Joseph, the youngest son of his father, Jacob. Aside from having rather grandiose and self-serving dreams, his brothers can’t help but notice that Joseph is the apple of their father’s eye. His obvious favoritism causes much resentment and jealousy among them. They ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Limping for Joy"This week our scripture tells of the dramatic encounter between Jacob and a stranger by the side of a desert stream. After nightfall a man attacks Jacob, and wrestles with him till morning. Throughout the night it seems that something more is going on. Is it a man who wrestles Jacob? An angel? God, in person? J ...…
 
April Herron - "A Homecoming and Two Weddings"Have you traveled to visit relatives this summer? Found yourself in an unfamiliar environment? Fallen in love? Started a new job? Attended any weddings? Been puzzled or troubled by the way people conduct themselves? If so, you have something in common with Jacob.Son of Isaac and Rebekah, grandson of ...…
 
April Herron - "Now We Know"“Know that I am with you and will keep you wherever you go.” These wonderful words were spoken by God to Jacob one night while Jacob slept in the wilderness with a stone for a pillow. Having tricked his brother out of their father’s blessing, Jacob was fleeing from Esau’s murderous rage. Now comes the moment of disco ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Accept No Substitutes"This Sunday we hear the story of the birth of Jacob and Esau, twin brothers whose lives will be marked by conflict with each other – even before their birth. They struggle in the womb of their mother Rebekah, and Esau is born with Jacob hanging onto his heel! It is a sign of things to come. Because he arr ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Humility and Hope"This week’s scripture (thank goodness!) is a love story – the search for a wife for Isaac. Abraham sends his chief servant back to the country of his birth, hoping he can find a suitable partner there. He does not want Isaac to go with him, perhaps fearing that his son may not return. After a long journey, hi ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "The Sacrifice"This Sunday’s text is one of the hardest passages in all of scripture. After Abraham and Sarah’s long wait for a child, now the Lord commands Abraham to sacrifice his son, Isaac. It seems impossible. How could God first lead them into the future and then take that future away? It is a story that still provokes mo ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Family Guy"This Sunday’s scripture is a painful mixture of joy and sadness, jealousy and fear. The birth of Isaac brought joy to his aging parents. Now he is old enough to eat solid food, a sign that he will likely make it through childhood. But Sarah sees him playing with his older half-brother Ishmael, the son of her servant ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "No Kidding"In this week’s scripture Abraham welcomes three strangers to his home in the wilderness. He shares with them the best of what he has, and tries to make them comfortable. But these visitors have some important work to accomplish. They share the promise that this couple, now in their 90s, will soon have a child. It is ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Then God Said"This week’s scripture reading is the story of Creation, as told in the book of Genesis. It portrays God acting to bring about a magnificent, orderly universe. It was likely written around the 6th century BCE, shortly after the Jewish exile in Babylon. The writer draws upon the Babylonian creation story, which was ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "For English, Press 1"This week’s scripture tells what happens to the disciples when the Holy Spirit comes to them on the feast of Pentecost. Along with other Jews from around the world they are in Jerusalem for this special celebration. When the Spirit arrives it looks like tongues of fire and sounds like a rushing wind. But w ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Chosen"Our scripture comes from a time of distress for the growing Christian movement. The Roman Empire has become increasingly hostile toward them. Some have left behind parts of their old lives, others even their families, as they have decided to follow the way of Christ. The writer of this letter wants them to know that the ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Empty"Palm Sunday launches the week that lies at the heart of the Christian year. On Sunday morning the services open with the waving of palm branches and the joyful procession of our children. Our gospel text includes a series of episodes from the last days of Jesus’ life. The story begins with an act of generosity by an unkn ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Restored"This week’s scripture is a vision of the prophet Ezekiel. It comes from a time in Israel’s history when the people have been defeated and their temple destroyed. They have been taken away to Babylon in service to their captors. During their time in exile it seems that all is lost. They cannot help but wonder if God ha ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "Be the Change"This Sunday we will enjoy the fun and inspiration of having the youth of our church lead us in worship. Youth will serve as speakers, liturgists, actors, ushers, and greeters. Their theme is “Be the Change” and they will bring the story of the good Samaritan (found in Luke 10:30-37) to life. Jesus tells this stor ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "By the Well"Our gospel for this coming Sunday includes the longest conversation between Jesus and anyone in the New Testament. It takes place at the well outside the city of Sychar, a Samaritan village. Wells were the center of life in that part of the world. They brought people together in a land where water was scarce. This ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "For Free"Letter to the Romans the Apostle Paul tries to express perhaps the central truth of our faith. He uses the example of Abraham, one of the most well-known figures of the Old Testament, to show that salvation is a gift from God, and not our own doing. We would like to think that God loves us at least partly because we a ...…
 
Jonathan Chute - "An Eye-Opening Experience"On the first Sunday of the season of Lent we remember how Jesus was led by the Spirit into the wilderness and faced temptation. As a voice whispers in his ear about the desirability of immediate gratification, central position, and splendid possessions, we can’t help but be reminded of an earlier temp ...…
 
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