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Parish Ministry | Myra Brown

This is a difficult season for many. In this week’s midweek worship, Myra Brown guides us through what parish ministry looks like when our physical parish (the church building) is temporarily closed. We are all called to do God’s work in expanding His Kingdom, but what does that look like during a global pandemic?

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Playlist | Clyde Glass

The theme of water flows through most of the opening songs on this list. While there is no single meaning that the sea, rivers or rain have in literature or song, they are commonly metaphors for life and its challenges or for our longing for cleansing – both of which are certainly elements of this season we are walking through.

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Bible Reading | Jon Coutts

This week, Jon Coutts talks about scheduling Bible reading into your daily and weekly life. As we reach out in reading and taking to heart God’s Word, what new things might he reveal to us? There are many Bible reading plans available; this article will help you determine the best one for you.

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Playlists | Hannah Hunt

This list of female artists has been my summer soundtrack. Some songs are light and idyllic and some speak to a more difficult human experience. I hope you find something new to enjoy!

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Taking Scripture to Heart | Bill McAlpine

Memorizing Scripture is a discipline that requires time and patience, but can have sustained and lasting impact on your spiritual life. Join Dr Bill McAlpine in this week’s midweek worship to hear about how Scripture memorization has shaped and formed his faith.

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Playlists | Jesus Salazar

I’ve found myself listening to a lot of downtempo recently. It’s one of the few styles that effectively blends recognizable older styles into something new and enjoyable.

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Centering Prayer | Judy Wiebe

Centering Prayer is a vital contemplative prayer practice to help still anxious thoughts and focus intently on the nature of God and His goodness. Enter into His presence as Judy Wiebe describes the process in this week’s midweek worship.

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