Broken and Beautiful

Join us for this service via an on-line Zoom Meeting

So much is broken in our world, including some of what is within us and between us.  And yet, making beauty out of brokenness can be an important part of being fully human.  This Easter morning, we’ll explore the possibilities of redemption and even beauty in brokenness.

Share the Plate

  • Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin Food Rescue Program – Second Harvest trucks pick up food from grocery stores all over southwestern Wisconsin. Food – like fruits and vegetables, dairy, bakery and frozen meat – is brought back to their location and inspected prior to being provided to their clients. Our donations will help them rescue and deliver more than 5 million pounds of Fresh Rescue food this year.

Order of Service 4/4/2021 – Rev. Karen Armina

  • Gathering Song: #188 “Come, Come, Whoever You Are”
  • Centering Sound
  • Welcome
  • Prelude: “I Believe,” by Mark Miller
  • Call to Worship
  • Opening Hymn: #270 “O Day of Light and Gladness”
  • Lighting the Chalice
  • Musical Response                                                             
  • Time for All Ages: “After the Fall (How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again),” by Dan Santat
  • Testimonial: Mary Wagner
  • Hymn: #128 “For All That is our Life”
  • Wisdom from the World’s Traditions: “Holy is This Place,” by Maureen Killoran
  • Reflection: “Broken and Beautiful” with Rev. Karen
  • Offering: “Becoming,” by Mary Grigolia
  • Joys and Sorrows
  • Closing Hymn: #118 “This Little Light of Mine”
  • Extinguishing the Chalice and Benediction
  • Postlude: “A Simple Change of Heart,” by Carrie Newcomer

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