September 24, 2017 Portraits of Hope III - Karen Oliveto - T.C. Morrow preaching

Note:  Near the end of the sermon, T. C. Morrow stepped away from the microphone to kneel as she spoke for about a minute before returning to the podium. It is barely audible. Here is the text of that portion of the sermon:

Sunday Worship

These are challenging times.  During worship from September 10 through Oct 1, we have been exploring the stories of people whose courage is inspiring and hope renewing.  We also invite those who gather on Sunday morning to contribute to a congregational witness for hope by writing their own examples of hope which they have witnessed in recent days. We will have paper feathers on which you may write your examples of hope. The feather imagery is taken from Emily Dickinson's poetry: "Hope is the thing with feathers - that perches in the soul..." 

Sunday Worship

These are challenging times.  During worship through Oct 1, we will explore the stories of people whose courage is inspiring and hope renewing.  We also invite those who gather on Sunday morning to contribute to a congregational witness for hope by writing their own examples of hope which they have witnessed in recent days. We will have paper feathers on which you may write your examples of hope. The feather imagery is taken from Emily Dickinson's poetry: "Hope is the thing with feathers - that perches in the soul..." 

The Portraits of Hope for this series will be:

Sunday Worship

These are challenging times.  Each Sunday during worship through Oct 1, we will explore the stories of people whose courage is inspiring and hope renewing.  We also invite those who gather on Sunday morning to contribute to a congregational witness for hope by writing their own examples of hope which they have witnessed in recent days. We will have paper feathers on which you may write your examples of hope. The feather imagery is taken from Emily Dickinson's poetry: "Hope is the thing with feathers - that perches in the soul..." 

The Portraits of Hope for this series will be:

Sunday Worship

These are challenging times.  During worship from September 10 through Oct 1, we will explore the stories of people whose courage is inspiring and hope renewing.  We also invite those who gather on Sunday morning to contribute to a congregational witness for hope by writing their own examples of hope which they have witnessed in recent days. We will have paper feathers on which you may write your examples of hope. The feather imagery is taken from Emily Dickinson's poetry: "Hope is the thing with feathers - that perches in the soul..." 

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