. . Jesus as the Good Shepherd; mosaic; 5th c.; Galla Placidia Mausoleum, Ravenna, Italy. . . Welcome to Worship on Sunday, October 11, 2020. During this time of worship you may wish to have a candle to light and to have bread and a beverage for communion — whatever you… Read more
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March 4, 2020 Dear FCC Puyallup family, With the ongoing outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) now affecting our state, we are monitoring the recommendations of the Washington Department of Health and the Center for Disease Control. Our priority is the health and safety of our community. We encourage you to follow these health precautions:… Read more
Every Sunday in Puyallup, Washington, USA, we offer a fresh and imaginative take on Scripture, current events, and faith in our sermons. Here we share those sermons with you.
The author of Luke/Acts gives the story of Peter and Cornelius in seven acts. It is a pivotal story in Acts–will the gospel move from Jerusalem into the rest of the known world? As the story unfolds, the roles change. At first Peter is the guest of Simon and then becomes the host of the… Read more
Week two of a four part series on hospitality and the church brings us to the table. In Christian worship the experience of communion at the table of Christ is central to Christian identity. The story shared and the experience of grace at Christ’s table shapes who we are as people of God. The Guiding… Read more
In this first of four series on hospitality and the church, we begin by exploring two stories of hospitality in Genesis. First, Abraham and Sarah welcome three strangers under the shade of the oak trees of Mamre. Their welcome is marked by extravagance, which underscores the seen/not seen identity of the visitors. In the second… Read more
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