Due to technical difficulties, there is no recorded sermon for Sunday, June 26th.
As we come to know the seriousness of the situation, the war, the racism, the poverty in our world, we come to realize that things will not be changed simply by words or demonstrations. Rather, it's a question of living one's life in a drastically different way. – Dorothy Day
Reading: Galatians 5: 1, 13-26, Luke 9: 51-62
At the beginning of this week's recording, Pastor Delle reads a poem written by a recently decease member of Rincon Congregational, UCC. Following the sermon, Pastor Delle shares a Daily Devotional from the UCC. You can sign up to receive the Daily Devotionals here
“So it is that the life force may take possession of a man-- so that in the end he may be possessed by something greater, no longer at all belonging to himself.”
― Wendell Berry, “Jayber Crow”
Reading: Luke Luke 8: 26-39
The Rev. Seth Wispelwey
Interim Pastor of Rincon Congregational UCC.