Posts by Barbara Hutchinson (Page 3)

Posts by Barbara Hutchinson (Page 3)

The Great Vigil

This is the most important liturgy of the whole church year. This is the night when Jesus passed over from death into life, offering us a new way of being in this world and that which is to come. This is the Passover of the Lord. We move from dark into light, from death into life, for sin into righteousness – for we share in the gift of Jesus’ resurrection. To engage in this service of amazing music, images, scripture,…

Good Friday Stations of the Cross

Take your time with this. Go slowly. Allow your soul time to absorb and be changed. This is a powerful experience, designed just for you! To download a bulletin so you can engage more deeply with the images and texts, please click below.

Maundy Thursday

This is an important day for you — and for the church. We commemorate Jesus’ last supper with his disciples, when he invited them into true servanthood, with the commandment to “love one another”. We also live into the gift of the holy sacrament which Jesus offered to his disciples, and to the whole world through all time, the gift of the Holy Eucharist. Join us as we enter more deeply into the poignancy and gift of this day we…

Palm Sunday

Join us for the traditional Palm Sunday service, with the blessing of the palms, the sacred stories, familiar and glorious music, and a sense of entering the final walk with Jesus. To engage with our worship video, please click below. To download a bulletin so you can sing the music or respond to the prayers, please click below. To engage with Mother Barbara’s sermon, please click below. To hear Mother Barbara’s moment of joy this week, please click below.

Church At Home Worship Service for 3/21/21 for the 5th Sunday in Lent

We are so glad that you have chosen to worship with us in the comfort and safety of your home. We invite you to engage with this service of prayer, scripture, reflection, music, and some time for silence as we open our hearts during this season of Lent to prepare ourselves for the glory of Easter morning. To engage with the worship service, please click below. To download a bulletin so you can follow along with the service, please click…

Church at Home Worship this Weekend March 6th-7th, 3rd lent

Please join us for worship this weekend, by clicking the video link below. We will enter into the grace of God through music, scripture, imagery, reflection, and prayer. This prayerful service is dedicated to those who are affected by COVID, asking for God’s grace to heal our hearts, minds, bodies, and souls. To download the bulletin for this service. please click below.

Zoom Worship Service this Weekend

We invite you to join us in worship by Zoom this weekend, on Saturday evening, from 5-6 p.m. This will be an opportunity to worship in community, with communion (either Spiritual Communion or Communion under Special Circumstances) and to feel the joy of being with others. To download a bulletin so you can sing and pray along, please click below. To join our Zoom Worship, please click on the link below. You will be taken directly into the waiting room…

Church at Home This Weekend

Join our prayerful community as we worship together via a recorded service. Through marvelous music, holy scripture, reflection, and the service of Holy Eucharist, we will engage with one another and with the holy. You may receive either Spiritual Communion, or Communion under Special Circumstance, in you have consecrated wafers at home. You may always pick up consecrated wafers from our sacristy. To engage with the recorded service, please click below. To download a bulletin for the service, please click…

A Loving Tribute to those affected by COVID

We invite you to settle into a time of prayer and healing as you engage with our worship. Through heart-felt prayers, soothing music, and scripture, you will connect with the healing power of God. We offer this service in tribute to all those affected by COVID and give special tribute to the essential workers at Carlisle Hospital, who so faithfully continue to serve our community. The artwork of the essential workers has been created by Jane Offner. You can see…