Service for 6/2/2024

Rev. Cameron D St.Michael – June 2 2024

Parting Thoughts: Thoughts on Communion

2nd Sunday after Pentecost

Reading: Ecclesiastes 9:7-11; 1 Corinthians 11:17-26; Luke 22:7-20.

Reflection: Psalm 116.

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Thoughts on Communion

It's Pastor Cam
It's Pastor Cam
Thoughts on Communion
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We continue our series called “Parting Thoughts.” This series marks the end of my time with the Greenup and Cottonwood United Methodist Churches. Each week I will share another parting thought before I start my new appointment. This week we have “Thoughts on Communion” with a few thoughts about sharing in the Lord’s Supper.

Our scripture readings come from Ecclesiastes 9:7-11; 1 Corinthians 11:17-26; and Luke 22:7-20.

Set Free

Discover Hope
Discover Hope
Set Free
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As we near the end of the Easter season, we near the end of Discover Hope. Today’s message is “Set Free” and in it looks at the idea of finding freedom. Revelation gives us an example of perfect freedom, while Acts gives us an example of escaping our bonds. But what responsibility comes with freedom? How do we share our freedom? How do we use it? Join us as we rediscover hope this Easter season!

Our scripture readings come from Acts 16:16-34 and Revelation 22:12-14, 16-17, 20-21.

Always Something There To Remind Me

The Word in Song
The Word in Song II
Always Something There To Remind Me



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Continuing in The Word in Song, today’s message is “Always Something There To Remind Me.” The music interpretation was from the song of the same title by Naked Eyes. We hear about the Israelites making a monument to remember crossing the Jordan. What is it in our lives that reminds us of God? Is it that inspiration always obvious? What might we be overlooking? Find inspiration anywhere and everywhere, and hear the Word in song!

Our scripture reading comes from Joshua 4:1-7.

The musical inspiration comes from “Always Something There To Remind Me” written by Hal David & Burt Bacharach. Though my inspiration was from the version by Naked Eyes, the Dione Warwick version is also superb.