Bulletin, April 26, 2020 Third Sunday of Easter
|APRIL 26, 2020 THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER cf. Psalm 66 (65):1-2 Cry out with joy to God, all the earth; O sing to the glory of his name. O render him glorious praise, alleluia.|
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THIRD SUNDAY OF EASTER
In times when our country is so passionately divided that people are prone to dismissing the views of others as ignorant or even evil, the disciple’s journey to Emmaus may be a message for us. When the “stranger” joins them, they are appalled that he does not know what has been going on, but they do not turn away from him. They explain their views of recent events and, perhaps more importantly, they listen to what the stranger has to say. Because of their openness, they see things in a new light. How open are you to listening to the views of others and considering their opinions? Can you step back from the rhetoric that makes objective discussion impossible? Are you willing to take a look at the facts, or do you just rely on your feelings?
Keep me, O God, for in you I take refuge.
FINANCIAL REPORT FOR APRIL 19, 2020: Offertory $545. Easter $290. Donations Mail $35. Renovations & Improvements $30. CRS Rice Bowl $141.23. Gift Shop $4.00. Total: $1,045.23.
END OF MARCH 2020: Income: $8,056.94 – Expenses: $5,751.71 = Difference $2,302.23.
PRAY FOR THE SICK: Please offer your prayers and your special intentions for: Barbara Burgess, Roberta Champlin, Denise Drinkwater, Nancy Goebel, Sandra Kirkland, Patti Lindh, Nathan Lynch, Louann Marocchi, Tom McDonnell, Aileen Norton, Jim Prag, Michael Ramirez, George Reese, Lucy Sanders, Linda & Kenny Spencer, Laurel Steele, Peter Stephan, George Strutzel, Linda Tarrant, Barbara Walk, Debbie Wentz, those who are ill with COVID-19, and especially for our Service men and women and their families.
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