As we can't get together in person for this service, here are some at-home worship resources for this Sunday. Lots of words, a few images, and a generous serving of helpfully underlined blue links to click on for those in search of a multi-media experience!

In this fourth week of Lent, we find Jesus healing a blind man and challenging the biases and assumptions of the crowds and religious leaders who are watching closely. Sean Baergen's sermon invites us to consider own shaken assumptions this week and wonders what new ways of seeing will emerge?

Click here to join in: March 22 // Online Worship Resources

This was not where we expected to find ourselves at the end of this week. When Jesus encountered the woman at the well, she also experienced an unforeseen turn of life. What would it mean for us to access the depth of resilience, honesty, and hope that Jesus called "Living Water"?

Read "More To This Life" from Joe Heikman or listen below.

"Knowledge is power" - so says our hyper-educated, ultra-"smart", uber-connected 21st century worldview. Yet when Jesus is interviewed by a member of the intellectual elite of his day, he offers not knowledge but scepticism, not clarity but paradox. What are we to make of Jesus and his path of endarkenment?

Read "Jesus After Dark" from Joe Heikman or listen below.

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