This Sunday in Worship: The Gospel of Nobodies

New 7-Part Sermon Series starts Sunday.
Most of us at some point have felt like a nobody – insignificant, invisible, or worthless. The Gospel of John is a first century portrait of Jesus with a particular focus on his ministry with those who were considered nobodies. This Lent, come and let’s have
some open and honest conversation as we explore the journey of Jesus in the Gospel of John. Each week, we will turn our attention to specific stories that illustrate Jesus’ concern for those who were marginalized by society, forgotten by religion, and oppressed by government. 
This week:  Jesus the Hungry
What happens when people who have been marginalized, forgotten, oppressed, and
excluded finally have a voice? What about the person who feels their pain and speaks for them?
What about that time when the crowd of thousands wanted to take Jesus and force him to
become king? I’m sure King Herod would have a problem with this, as well as the Roman
Emperor, not to mention Pontius Pilate. Why would this be so uncomfortable to the religious
leaders? Why not make Jesus king? Why is that such a threat to us? Come and see!

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