Exodus For All: Spiritual Amnesia

Pastor Chris Seay continues our Lenten series with a message about our forgetfulness. As we return to the Eucharist, tell our stories, and mark our lives and surroundings in remembrance, we are reminded of God's unfailing love and deliverance. Our sister Erika Graham followed up with a message about the reality of being spiritually awake: when we're awake, any work we do is sacred and serves as a reminder of the living God.


Luke 4: 16-19

Deuteronomy 5: 15

Hosea 13: 5-6

Deuteronomy 6: 8-9, 11-12

Reflection Questions

In Deuteronomy 6, it is suggested that we do "whatever it takes," to remember. What tangible markers will you make in your home, in your car or workplace, to be reminded of the unique ways that God has been present in your life? When you think about the times in which you have felt, seen, heard God most powerfully; what will you do to ensure that you won't forget? 

Today was the first day of Holy Week. Take a few mins each day this week to center yourself in the sacred time of this week. Ask God to guide you in a faithful remembrance this week.


This Sunday was Palm Sunday, the special day in the church calendar that marks Jesus' Triumphal Entry into Jerusalem. In the calendar, it serves as the first day of Holy Week. Take a moment to reflect on this icon of the Triumphal Entry. 


Worship Set

Oh How I Need You (Find You)

How Great Thou Art

In Feast Or Fallow

Holy Holy Holy


House Of God Forever