The Christian story is one of brokenness, but the story doesn’t end there – our story is also about healing, grace, and resurrections! When we learn to do the work of God, we discover who we are and how our story, through grace, is part of God’s story. How can we – in thought, word, and deed – tell God’s story?
This is the first week in the series, “The Faith of a Mockingbird.” Pastor Mary’s message is based on Harper’s Lee’s book, To Kill a Mockingbird, the 1962 movie of the same title, and 1 Corinthians 12: 4-27 . To read it, click here.
We’ll use short clips from the 1962 movie, To Kill a Mockingbird. We have to show a “be right back” slide in the live stream as they play. Here are links to the clips we’ll show and some others to tell us more about Scout:
- Series promo
- Scout and Jem have questions for their father, Atticus.
- When a mob interrogates Atticus, the children show up and Scout’s kindness and innocence convinces them to leave.
- Atticus explains what a compromise is to Scout.
The 9:00 am and 11:00 am worship services are available in their entirety on YouTube.