Seattle Mennonite Church Sermons

Circling Back to Gratitude

June 28, 2020 Amy Marie Epp
Seattle Mennonite Church Sermons
Circling Back to Gratitude
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Seattle Mennonite Church Sermons
Circling Back to Gratitude
Jun 28, 2020
Amy Marie Epp

With our sibling congregations from around Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference, we lament not being gathered together for our annual assembly and we celebrate with the prompt, "Thanks be to God".  Though, like the Psalmist in Psalms 9-10 we are experiencing the distress and anger of confronting injustice and oppression, we give thanks to God. Our Creator is a God of love and justice.

Message from Kathryn Jamison Pitts, our Conference Minister is at 14:47
Sermon from Pastor Amy Epp is at 24:54

Resources and citations:

Permission to podcast the music in this service obtained from One License with license #A-726929. All rights reserved.

  • Jesus be the center - words and music by Michael Frye, © Vineyard music, 1998

Other credits:

  • Som’lan dela (We will follow) - Words and Music by Zimbabwean traditional
  • My Life Flows On (How can I keep from singing) words and music by Robert Lowery, 1826-1899, Public Domain
Show Notes

With our sibling congregations from around Pacific Northwest Mennonite Conference, we lament not being gathered together for our annual assembly and we celebrate with the prompt, "Thanks be to God".  Though, like the Psalmist in Psalms 9-10 we are experiencing the distress and anger of confronting injustice and oppression, we give thanks to God. Our Creator is a God of love and justice.

Message from Kathryn Jamison Pitts, our Conference Minister is at 14:47
Sermon from Pastor Amy Epp is at 24:54

Resources and citations:

Permission to podcast the music in this service obtained from One License with license #A-726929. All rights reserved.

  • Jesus be the center - words and music by Michael Frye, © Vineyard music, 1998

Other credits:

  • Som’lan dela (We will follow) - Words and Music by Zimbabwean traditional
  • My Life Flows On (How can I keep from singing) words and music by Robert Lowery, 1826-1899, Public Domain