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The goal of faith is to make every life an act of worship. We worship God through our gratitude, our mindful attention, and daily acts of kindness, mercy, justice and giving. But, it all begins by setting aside time to gather as a community formed by the Spirit of Christ. Worship connects us to God, to one another and the longings of our hearts.
Psalms in the Key of Life
Lynnewood Summer Worship Series
Life is a series of exclamations from “Hallelujah!” to “Oh No!” to “Help!” Sometimes, we move through disappointment, gratitude, and wonder, all in a single day. Sometimes our lives are filled with the depths of one overriding emotion, and other times, we feel like we’re on a runaway train where any emotion is possible.
The last 15 months has been such a season. As we move into this new Season of Re-Opening and Re-Connecting, we need a language to express all we’ve been through. Nothing does it better than the poetry of the Psalms. Written over a span of time from exile and isolation to the rebuilding of the community, the Psalms are the hymns of our spiritual ancestors.
Some Psalms are sung in the “Major” keys of Praise, Thanksgiving, and Celebration. Others are sung in “Minor” keys of Lament and Regret, Anger, and Fear. Together they express the fullness of our lives lived in relationship with God. This summer the Psalms will accompany us, reminding us through every emotion and every day, God is with us.
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All parts of our facility are wheelchair accessible. The sanctuary is equipped with a hearing loop. Those with hearing aids should switch to the T-coil (telephone) setting. For those who do not wear hearing aids but need hearing assistance or whose hearing aids do not have T-coils, we have hearing loop receivers. Please ask an usher for a device