CALL TO WORSHIP
Psalm 91

MUSIC: INGLEWOOD PARISH
Curated by Kevin Borst
Hillsong Worship - You Are Life
Bethel Music - Stand In Your Love
All Sons & Daughters - Come Thou Fount
Bethel Music - King of My Heart

MUSIC: KENSINGTON PARISH
Curated by Clint Siebert
Bethel Music - Stand In Your Love
Robin Mark - Jesus All For Jesus
Hillsong Worship - Cornerstone
Bethel Music - Goodness of God

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EUCHARIST INVITATION
Written by Bobbi Salkeld

Here at Commons, we celebrate an open table for the Eucharist.
Which means everyone is welcome to participate.

At the root of our worship is a festival. Earliest Christ-followers gathered together every week to celebrate Christ’s resurrection from the dead.

They did this on sunny days and stormy days.
They did this when they felt great faith and when they faced real doubt.
They did this in trust and in betrayal.

The Eucharist meal isn’t so much about what’s going on for you, it’s about the self-giving love of the Divine to meet us in the dust of our lives and reconcile all things to God.

Hear this invitation.

Come to this table, not because you must but because you may,
not because you are strong, but because you are weak.
Come, not because any goodness of your own gives you a right to come,
but because you need help and mercy.
Come, because you love God a little and would like to love more.
Come and meet the risen Christ, for we are Jesus’ body.

Let’s pray together.

The words of Athanasius in the 4th century:
Christ, risen from the dead,
makes the whole of human life a festival without end.*

Loving God,
You are the source of our lives
As we come forward for the Eucharist feast
A table without end
Will you remind us of our unity,
Will you speak a profound word to us about your love,
And will you remind us that we are not alone,
AMEN.

*Moltmann, Jürgen. The Living God and the Fullness of Life (p. 192). Westminster John Knox Press. Kindle Edition.