Sermon for The Second Sunday in Lent – March 8, 2020

A courageous yet bewildered Nicodemus provides an entrance into adaptive practice that speaks to the abundance of life wherein Jesus walks with us as we share communion during a time of coronavirus, cold, and flu. Click on Holy Communion Practices for the booklet I prepared for St. Timothy’s here with thanks to Bishop Rob Skirving and The Rev. David Sibley. (2 Lent A) As of March 11, 2020, the Bishops of North Carolina, where St. Timothy’s is located, have directed practices that present communion for consumption in one kind (bread). Click here for the directive and support documents.

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