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Grief & Being Present to the Process in Hope: Prayers
February 5 @ 10:00 am
“While he lived on earth, anticipating death, Jesus cried out in pain and wept in sorrow as he offered up priestly prayers to God.“ ~Hebrews 5: 7
Join us this Sunday in worship
We are beginning to move forward after the intensities of pandemic living. Yet, we may experience lingering grief. Grief is more easily named if we have experienced a great loss but when the loss comes about more subtlety, or it is layered we may be confused by our lack luster approach to living. Grief is inevitable because loss and disappointment are inevitable experiences of life. This week we begin a short series on grief, and we ask ourselves “how do we let grief heal us rather than devastate us in the long run?” Jesus sighs, cries, laments, even groans but does not let sorrow hinder his passion for life. His responses to grief and the grief of others can help us to heal and to help others who grieve. Prayer is healing and facilitates a release of the multitude of emotions felt in grieving. Let us pray. Let us heal. Let us worship Christ, the healer of our every ill.
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Led by: Rev. Julie Kline
Hebrews 5: 1-10