God’s Creative Connection
Over the next five weeks, we will explore scripture texts from Genesis and the theme of God’s Creative Connection. We are excited about the progressive creative work that will be done by several artists in our congregation as we journey through this series.
We encourage you to read the entire book of Genesis over the coming weeks.
May 30: Genesis 1:1-2:4a Spoken Into Creation
June 6: Genesis 18:1-15 Creative Hospitality
June 13: Genesis 21:8-21 Creating Promise Out of Pain
June 20: Genesis 22:1-14 God Will Provide?
June 27: Genesis 24:34-38,42-49, 58-67 Creating Relationships
New Worship Series for Easter Season
One of our hymns proclaims “Dance, then, wherever you may be; I am the Lord of the Dance, said he, and I’ll lead you all, wherever you may be, and I’ll lead you all in the dance, said he.”
Can you imagine Jesus saying these words to the still-confused-and-scared disciples during one of his post-resurrection appearances?
Even though Easter comes and we are called to live as “Easter people” with no fear of death, this is not always an easy thing for us to do, especially in times of great anxiety. Still, Jesus calls us to follow him in the dance of Easter. He will be our dance instructor.
During the Easter season we will “Dare to Dance Again.” We will dare to dance, even in the midst of fear and suffering. We will dare to dance an Easter dance of the promise of resurrection.
Join us on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. in person (currently up to 50 people) or on line.
Each of us is created a precious and holy vessel of embodied love. We have been through a difficult time since last Lent that has shattered our sense of wholeness–body, mind, and spirit–like a glass vessel
fractured into pieces. In this Lenten “season of recovery” for our
physical, communal, mental, intellectual, and environmental health, we will explore the healing narratives of Jesus that tell of divine
solidarity with human suffering and remind us that we can begin a journey toward making something beautiful from that which is
seemingly broken. Beach glass offers us a multifaceted symbol of this transformative process. Please join us to worship God on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. at www.facebook.com/denbighpres/videos. (We now
welcome up to 35 people for in-person worship service.) Please
register at www.denbighunitedpres.org under the “WORSHIP” page.
February 28—Second Sunday in Lent: “Ripples”
March 7—Third Sunday in Lent: “Stories”
March 14—Fourth Sunday in Lent: “Different Pictures”
March 21—Fifth Sunday in Lent: “Restoration”
March 28—Passion/Palm Sunday: “Holy, Wholly”
April 1—Maundy Thursday, 6:30 p.m. (online only)
April 2—Good Friday, 6:30 p.m. (online only)
April 4—Easter, 6:30 a.m. Sunrise Service outside,
10:30 a.m. in-person for up to 35 people and online.
God Is Holding Your Life: A Journey of
Assurance for the New Year
As we embark on the New Year 2021, we continue our journey through a global pandemic. Even so, we continue to affirm and proclaim that God is holding our lives and that “the works of God’s hands are faithful and just.” (Psalm 111)
In our worship services, we will be exploring some of the Psalms. The Psalms help us to lament and to rejoice. They help us to confess and to ask for God to show up in our lives. They help us to be rooted and grounded in the
assurance that our faithful God holds us and never lets go.
Join us as we study and worship at 10:30 a.m. on line or in person (up to 25 people). Listed below are the scriptures and themes of our upcoming services:
“These Lives Are Precious”—Psalm 72
“Awe and Wonder”—Psalm 29
“Where Can I Go?”—Psalm 139
“In God Alone”—Psalm 62
“Whole Heart Hallelujah”—Psalm 111
“We Wait, We Hope, We Stay”—Psalm 147
“The Light Is Shining Forth”—Psalm 50