Our lectionary readings explore the holy mystery of God in three persons, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.
As we read the Bible verses of the week, let us renew our hope in God and rejoice that he has poured out his spirit that everyone who calls upon the Lord shall be saved.
As May draws to a close, we honor our brothers and sisters from all across the Asia-Pacific region. We are thankful for all the journeys that have brought us together in faith, love, and community.
While we continue to worship together via Facebook Live for the foreseeable future, we would like to post some altar flowers before Sunday worship. And we would love your help!
What does Psalm 23 mean to you in these times?
What is a lectionary anyway?
Let’s read Acts 2:14a, 36-41; Psalm 116:1-4, 12-19; 1 Peter 1:17-23; and Luke 24:13-35 together.
Doubting Thomas’ bad rap is undeserved. Click here for today’s scripture, video of worship, and Giovanni Serodine’s 17th century painting of today’s gospel lesson.
This Easter, we are still grateful to be Easter people, celebrating Jesus’ resurrection today with song.
We will focus on Philippians 2:5-11 in addition to the Gospels. On Ash Wednesday, none of us could have predicted how much we would give up for Lent this year.
We’re moving to virtual worship.
Go to www.facebook.com/bruenchapel at 11am on Sunday; no account required!