Our message in worship #68, "Heirs of Compassion," comes from Rev. Dr. Audrey Borschel, preaching on the texts from 2 Kings 5:1-14, and Mark Mark 1:40-45--containing two stories of persons with leprosy who wished more than anything to be clean and back in community, Psalm 30, a response to God's compassion. Rev. Borschel knits these accounts together with the story of Father Damien (January 3, 1840 – April 15, 1889) who moved from his home in Belgium to devote his life to persons sent to live out their lives in a leper colony in Molokai, Hawaii.
This service also features original works of Audrey Borschel, "Cleanse Me, Heal Me," sung by Audrey Borschel and Dean Phelps; and "One Piece of Bread," sung by its writer, Thom Schuyler (both are used by permission).
Also, this week's worship pays tribute to one of the great healers of the 20th century, Rosa Page Welch (1900-1994), who used her singing voice and spirit of love and grace to build bridges where chasms were so vast that many thought this impossible to do. Featured here is Mrs. Welch singing the Spiritual, "There is a Balm in Gilead."
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