Online Worship


God reclaims the pieces of our brokenness to transform us and our world. Using Shane Stanford’s book MOSAIC: When God Uses All the Pieces, our Lenten series will focus on recognizing, confessing, and working with God in this reformation of the disparate pieces of our lives.

LENTEN ACTIVITIES:

  • Worship livestream Sundays at 9:15AM on YouTube. Themes by week: When God Uses Our Restlessness (2/21), Regret (2/28), Rejection (3/7), Responsibilities (3/14), Resources (3/21), & Relationships (3/28). Check the Events page for bulletin & hymns each week.

  • Conversation series focusing on weekly themes will be offered Sundays at 11AM and Wednesdays at 7PM. Books available in the vestibule.

  • Devotional cards Step into Lent with daily reading and activity suggestions for spiritual growth that coordinate with our service themes. Print your set of cards today!

  • Scripture walks with Pastor MWF 8:30AM at Myers Park Pavilion A, near the kayak rack. Mask up & share in holy conversation with PA & Bailey, the canine curate. Daily Lenten readings in the Feb. Sunbeam. Leashed canine companions welcome!

  • Simple suppers with the church family on Wednesdays, 5:30–7PM. Grab some soup & gather at the Zoom table. Where two or more are gathered—even virtually—it is a celebration!

HOLY WEEK:


WEEKLY SUNDAY WORSHIP SCHEDULE:

  • 9:15AM Musical prelude & slideshow of photos submitted by members and friends of Lansing United on YouTube.

  • 9:30AM Worship livestream on YouTube.

  • 10:30AM Coffee hour virtual fellowship time following worship. Check our Events page for today’s link.


JOYS & CONCERNS

During live service, you can share your prayer requests in the group chat, which can be found to the right of the service in your browser window, or below it (scroll down) if you watch the service fullscreen.

During the week, email requests to be added to our prayer list to office@lansingunited.org or send private requests to pastor@lansingunited.org. In either case, include the subject line “Prayer Request.”


SUGGESTIONS FOR WORSHIP:

*If you have multiple people in your household, watch together on the largest screen in your home.

*Light a candle at the beginning of worship, to help you claim that time and space as a time to be present to God, together. 


DID YOU MISS LAST WEEK?

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