Morning Worship

Morning Worship: Singing is the only sufficient outlet for praise and worship

Morning Worship: Singing is the only sufficient outlet for praise and worship

“When we decide that we are creatures of the Lord, we allocate some of our words for praise. Worship is the practical name for this mouth-loosening activity. Sometimes, the words come out in song as we discover God beyond the debates, thinking and discussion; singing is the only sufficient outlet for praise,” said the Rev. Peter Marty at Thursday’s 9:15 a.m. morning worship service.

Morning Worship: Jesus to Disciples: ‘Get a life’

Morning Worship: Jesus to Disciples: ‘Get a life’

“What are we willing to do to distinguish ourselves from other people? Look at all the tricks we use to keep others at bay, to keep our own version of the truth intact, our way of life secure,” said the Rev. Peter W. Marty during Sunday morning’s sermon. Marty is the chaplain for Week Five at Chautauqua. His sermon title was “The Fastest Growing Religion in America.” The selected Scripture texts were Exodus 12:1-4, 11-14 and Mark 9: 38-50.

Morning Worship

Morning Worship

“Today’s Gospel is a frightening and personal story of parents who have to flee or have their son killed by the government,” said the Rev. Daisy Machado during her sermon, “And Still Rachel Weeps,” at the 9:15 a.m. Morning Worship service Thursday.