We've been expecting you, because we are always expecting pilgrims --
the people of God on the journey of faith and life!
Morning worship is at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. every Sunday (unless noted otherwise).
WORSHIP HIGHLIGHTS AT PILGRIM
Worship at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
March 1 — First Sunday in Lent, Holy Communion: “From Ancient Grounding into the Unknown” liturgy (based on Frozen 2 and the dies irae Gregorian chant); First Grade Families in Faith Blessing: Prayer, Pastor Carol Tomer preaching
(Featured movie in the sermon series: The Two Popes)
╬ 8:00 am — First Sunday Meditation, Upstairs Community Room
March 8 — Second Sunday in Lent, A Service of Gospels and Spirituals, Point for Pilgrims, Pastor Carol Tomer preaching
(Featured movie in the sermon series: Harriet)
╬ Daylight Saving Time begins — Set your clocks ahead!
╬ Pajama Day — All children are invited to wear pajamas to worship, if you’d like
March 15 — Third Sunday in Lent, Holy Communion: “From Ancient Grounding into the Unknown” liturgy (based on Frozen 2 and the dies irae Gregorian chant); Peter Spuit preaching
(Featured movie in the sermon series: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood)
Sunday Morning Worship
at 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m.
2nd, 3rd, & 4th Sunday nights
September through April
extended prelude at 6:30 pm
Seven Times Well
Contemplative Conversation and Connection
A New Opportunity for the Pilgrim Evening Worship Community
GATHER... in small groups from 5:51 to 6:30 pm before the seven Celtic and Nordic services, January through April.
SHARE... reflections related to the theme for that evening’s service. Guiding questions
for the seven conversations will be provided.
WEAVE... the fruits of our individual contemplation together to create community.
Evening worshipers will serve as group facilitators.
All are welcome to attend our next gathering on
March 8, 2020, 5:51 to 6:30 p.m.
Upstairs Community Room
(Take the stairway or elevator by the Fireside Room.)
Celtic March 8 Theme: Launch us heavenwards
Thou who bestowest sevenfold grace,
Evermore replenish us.
As the wind is thy symbol,
So forward our goings.
As the dove, so launch us heavenwards.
from "A Prayer to the Holy Spirit," Christina Rossetti (1830-1894)
If you could ask the Holy Spirit to enliven you in some way, what would that be?
When do you most clearly experience the Holy Spirit?
Where/what is heaven, for you?
(You are invited to bring your own brown bag supper if you wish.)
Pilgrim Birth celebrated in local media
Hanna Ruby Heggeseth was born on January 1 at Regions Hospital. (Her parents are Brianna and Paul Heggeseth, and her sister is Maren.) She was the first girl born at Regions in 2020!
She is the first child ever to be awarded the new St. Paul CollegeBound savings account. Here are links to two local media features:
Johnson Fellowships Available
Now accepting applications for Johnson Leadership and Creativity Fellows for this fall, winter, or spring. Click here for more information.