SPIRITUALITY In Chaotic Times: SESSON TWO – Thurs. May 28 at 10am

SPIRITUALITY IN CHAOTIC TIMES: this Thursday morning at 10am
The Zoom link is below
We will continue our conversation on Liminal Space with a second essay from Richard Rohr entitled:  Liminal Space:  Reconnecting with the Unconscious (click here).  It may also be helpful to refer to Sunday’s sermon which was inspired by the work of John Philip Newell, whom Rohr quotes in his essay.  The sermon text can be found at www.pastordawn.com “Making Love to the ONE Who IS LOVE click here
As you prepare, I invite you to ponder some questions:
1. What is resonating with you in these liminal times?
2. What are you learning about “what was”?
3. Any dreams or visions?

For the link to our Zoom Conversation, send an email to holycrosslutheran@rogers.com 

WORSHIP: 7th Sunday of Easter: Making Love to the ONE Who IS LOVE

Download the Order of Service here

Download the Order of Service here

 

WORSHIP: Third Sunday in Easter – Resurrection: The Joy and Pain of Living

Download the order of service here

Download the order of service here

 

Easter Worship: LOVE Is Risen!

LOVE Is Risen! LOVE Is Risen in Us! Alleluia!

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Palm Sunday Worship: Stay Home! Stay Safe! Protect Your Neighbours!

You can download the Order of Service click here

You can download the Order of Service click here

Public Health Protocols @ Holy Cross

As anxiety about the COVID-19 virus increases, it is only natural for us to wonder what the implications for our community might be. While the risk here in York Region remains low, it is prudent for us to take some basic hygiene precautions  to ensure that we are doing our best to limit the spread of the virus. At yesterday’s Council Meeting, a series of Public Health Protocols were authorized for use by our volunteers, members and visitors. You can read or download a copy here

At this stage, we are taking a practical proactive approach, while remaining hopeful that the low risk of contracting the virus will make these efforts little more than a temporary inconvenience.
We continue to hold all those who are affected by the virus in our hearts and thereby our prayers.  Trusting that together we can empower one another to be LOVE in the world.
Today, our National Bishop Susan Johnson, together with all of our Synodical Bishops issued a pastoral letter concerning coronavirus (COVID-19) and communities of the ELCIC. here
Please continue to check this website for updates!