This week I have stuck my hands into not one but two bins of red wiggler worms. The first was for a group of Presbyterians touring the area to learn about the social services offered in downtown San Pedro. The second was for the "green team" who will care for the worms at the elementary school garden near my home. Each time in addition to the fully grown worms there were some smaller baby worms. A reminds that life continues to begin even in a vermicomposter or worm bin.
This Sunday is the second Sunday in Lent and we the scripture texts are a familiar Psalm (121) "I lift my eyes up to the hills, from where will my help come?" and arguably the most famous passage in the bible--"16 ‘For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him may not perish but may have eternal life." This famous verse which has appeared on more oversized screens at sporting events than any other comes in the context of Jesus' conversation with Nicodemus, a Pharisee. Under the cloud of darkness, Jesus uses the imagery of birth to discribe the journey of faith.
Join us as we spend time with Nicodemus this Sunday and reflect on faith and re-birth.
3pm Work Together
4pm Worship Together
5pm Eat Together
Come as you are, stay as you are able.
All Are Welcome