As we continue our short series in Paul’s letter to the Galatians we see that Paul uses this letter to refocus the church. It’s that time again. We expect a harvest. And when there trouble in the church we lose focus and we drift from our mission. It’s time to get passionate about the cross. Mission often comes at a cost. Let us revisit our calling.
Luke 20:27-38 All Saints Sunday – Today we tackle the question. What really happens when we die? Historically, the Church has confessed a belief in the “communion of the saints,” which includes not only all living believers, but also all who have gone before us. When we celebrate Holy Communion, we experience the communion of saints, feasting with believers past, present and future.
Today we continue that movement towards our All Saints Celebration as we celebrate Reformation Sunday. Reformation Sunday is set aside to recognize, remember, and celebrate the Protestant Reformation.