Join us Sunday May 30 as we welcome our sister churches from around the Greater Brattleboro Area for our Trinity Sunday Union Service. Our readings for this service include a piece entitled Between the Fires by Rabbi Arthur Waskow and a selection from Paul’s letter to the Romans. The sermon by Pastor Lucozzi is entitled “All for One and One for All.” We will also be initiating a new monthly part of worship called Loving Our Neighbors: A Minute for Social Justice. Sunday’s special guest is the Community Outreach Coordinator from the Women’s Freedom Center. Music under the direction of Patty Meyer includes an old favorite at Guilford Church, “Turn Your Radio On” by John Hartford; Fred Breunig, soloist; “Take Oh Take Me As I Am” by John L. Bell; Verses by Gabe Huck; Adapted by Patty Meyer; “In Christ There is No East or West” American Hymn Tune; Words by John Oxenham; “Blessed Assurance” Music by Phoebe P. Knapp; Lyrics by Fanny Crosby; and “The Storm is Passing Over” by Charles Albert Tindley; Arranged by Barbara Baker. All of our music for this Sunday is sung by members of UCC Choirs from Greater Brattleboro Area. The children’s story for our service is “I Am Enough” by Grace Byers and Keturah Bobo. Prayers and concerns for the world and our time are also a regular part of our time together. Everyone is welcome.
Guilford Community Church, an Open and Affirming/ Just Peace congregation of the United Church of Christ (UCC), continues tomorrow with worship online at 10am and on BCTV at 8am and again on Weds morning at 6:30am. The link to the livestream can be found on the church homepage at guilfordchurch.org or on the church’s Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/guilfordVTUCCchurch