Alleluia! Christ is risen!
The Lord is risen indeed, alleluia!
Masks are not required, but some people continue to wear them to services–you’re welcome whatever decision you make for yourself!
You can join the service, live or later, via YouTube. The live-stream begins at about 9:45 am, and the service begins at 10 am. You will also be able to watch or re-watch the stream on YouTube at this link at any later time.
The order of service is available here. It includes the readings, responses, and the words to the hymns–helping you to join in as fully as possible via the live-stream.
This is the Seventh Sunday of Easter. Here’s what Sundays and Seasons writes about this Sunday and the readings we’ll hear:
In these days between Ascension and Pentecost, we gather with the disciples in the upper room, waiting for the Spirit to transform the church around the world. In today’s gospel Jesus prays for his followers and for their mission in his name. Amid religious, social, and economic divisions, we seek the unity that Jesus had with his Father. Made one in baptism, we go forth to live our faith in the world, eager for the unity that God intends for the whole human family.
The image used in this post is “Ascension” by ‘Skip The Budgie’, on flickr. We use it under the CC-BY-NC-SA 2.0 license. It is a picture of a mural in Bristol, UK. https://www.flickr.com/photos/skip/111045024/