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October 2019

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Reformation Sunday

Living Faith in the Everyday

Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, Year C

Many United Methodists around the world acknowledge this Sunday’s commemoration and celebration of the Reformation. The Reformation often seems to be “too heady” to discuss on a Sunday morning or even “irrelevant” to our everyday lives of faith. One way to approach Reformation Sunday is through the lens of unity. “Unity” may seem to be an odd approach because in the last 500 years, the DNA of the Reformation can be characterized by fracturing and splintering. So why focus on unity?

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Offertory Prayer

God of Creation and Transformation, we come this morning, bringing our humble gifts, hoping that we might be made over. We stand before you, not affirming that we are better than we might be, but rather that we are broken and flawed and not what we should be. May we open ourselves—who we are and what we have—to you to be transformed to more closely resemble what you desire us to be. We pray these hopes in the name of the one who has promised that we will be redeemed and raised like him. In Christ, we pray. Amen. (Luke 18:9-14)

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