Go to Galilee

This is, of course, the most glorious day of the Christian year, the day we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus.  We are doing so without a congregation, which can make us anxious, as our whole situation has.  Following Matthew’s account of Easter morning we note that the women are astonished by the sudden appearance of an angel who tells them Jesus has been raised from the dead, and they are to go back to Galilee to meet him there.  Does this mean they’re to act as if things are back to normal?   Are things back to normal?  (NOTE: We usually post the 11 o’clock service, but with the COVID-19 threat we are having only the 8:45 service today, with no one in the congregation, so that is the service we are posting.  NOTE:  Although the video begins with the sermon, once it starts you can scroll back to the beginning of the service if you want.  The video of the entire service is available to watch.)

References

  • Matthew :28:1-10

Downloads

Bulletin for Easter (4/12/2020)

Hymn Link for Easter (4/12/2020)

Audio

Go to Galilee (Easter Sunday Sermon)

Carol Cavin-Dillon