1. “I could be at peace if . . .” How would you fill in that blank? In today’s service, Pastor James discusses God’s gift to each of us in our daily struggle with our problems, a gift that rests in four simple words from Jesus: “Peace be with you.” Our Alleluias to our risen Lord continue this week in our hymns and songs. Join us for worship!

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    Link to the April 11 bulletin
    tinyurl.com/sn24j5ju

    Link to the April11 worship page
    gslcva.org/virtual-worship-services/a-transcending-peace

    Link to welcome card
    gslcva.org/welcome

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    Good Shepherd supports current guidelines for using masks and social distancing to control the spread of coronavirus. Participants in our virtual services remove masks but practice distancing during the actual recording of the service. Some of our virtual services include recordings made before the coronavirus outbreak. The use of these older recordings is not intended to undermine our commitment to loving our neighbors and respecting their health by following best practices during the pandemic.

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  2. A day that began in crushing sorrow soon turned to unquenchable and uncontainable joy. Easter! Jesus lives! Alleluia! In today’s message, we hear “Stories of Redemption,” focusing on the experience of Mary Magdalene but also bringing us to stories of other people more recently redeemed. The movement that began on the first Easter continues today, transforming people throughout the world. What is your story? Join us as we raise our voices in praise with our singers, orchestra, organ, and handbells: Christ is risen indeed! Alleluia!

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    Link to the Easter bulletin
    tinyurl.com/4uaa7usn

    Link to the Easter worship page
    gslcva.org/virtual-worship-services/stories-of-redemption

    Link to welcome card
    gslcva.org/welcome

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    Good Shepherd supports current guidelines for using masks and social distancing to control the spread of coronavirus. Participants in our virtual services remove masks but practice distancing during the actual recording of the service. Some of our virtual services include recordings made before the coronavirus outbreak. The use of these older recordings is not intended to undermine our commitment to loving our neighbors and respecting their health by following best practices during the pandemic.

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  3. Why the cross? Historically, the cross was the only logical outcome of Jesus’ ministry, as well as God’s way of dealing with us. But as Pastor James explains in this message, we cannot blame God for the cross. The guilt is ours. And yet the mystery of the cross is just that: It is God's cross. And as we stand at the foot of the cross, its ultimate mystery is reveled. It stands as the message of God’s love, of God's eternal forgiveness, of God’s grace at work, pouring itself down for you and me. We end this service in silence, remembering the suffering of our dear Lord.

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    Link to the Good Friday bulletin
    tinyurl.com/2mx4pe4s

    Link to the Good Friday worship page
    gslcva.org/virtual-worship-services/the-big-why-the-cross

    Link to welcome card
    gslcva.org/welcome

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    Good Shepherd supports current guidelines for using masks and social distancing to control the spread of coronavirus. Participants in our virtual services remove masks but practice distancing during the actual recording of the service. Some of our virtual services include recordings made before the coronavirus outbreak. The use of these older recordings is not intended to undermine our commitment to loving our neighbors and respecting their health by following best practices during the pandemic.

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  4. Maundy Thursday, rich in symbolism, includes three key events in Jesus’ last week: washing the disciples’ feet, institution of the Lord’s Supper, and His new commandment to love one another. In this sermon, Pastor Johann shows that these events are linked by the theme of God’s love, dedication, and service. Maundy Thursday reminds us that all of Scripture narrates one sacred story: Jesus as the Christ of God is the climax of, and in most ways the whole point of, the entire narrative of life. Join us for worship as we remember Christ’s last meal with His disciples.

    Please fill out a welcome card (link below) to let us know of your presence. The card also has a place for your prayer requests.

    Link to the Maundy Thursday bulletin
    tinyurl.com/362wdd22

    Link to the Maundy Thursday worship page
    gslcva.org/virtual-worship-services/a-new-commandment

    Link to welcome card
    gslcva.org/welcome

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    Good Shepherd supports current guidelines for using masks and social distancing to control the spread of coronavirus. Participants in our virtual services remove masks but practice distancing during the actual recording of the service. Some of our virtual services include recordings made before the coronavirus outbreak. The use of these older recordings is not intended to undermine our commitment to loving our neighbors and respecting their health by following best practices during the pandemic.

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  5. Mixed motives and varied expectations fill the Palm Sunday story. As we enter Jerusalem with Jesus, we move closer to His death on Good Friday. In today’s message, Pastor Johann says that the events of Palm Sunday can be thought of in terms of regime change from many perspectives – but the only lasting regime change is the one that occurs in the heart. As you follow Christ to His crucifixion, consider these questions: Who rules over you? Whom do you truly follow? Lord Jesus, reign in my heart. We sing Hosanna, Hosanna to our King and give Him all glory, laud, and honor. Join us!

    Please fill out a welcome card (link below) to let us know of your presence. The card also has a place for your prayer requests.

    Link to the March 28 bulletin
    tinyurl.com/wcm998py

    Link to the March 28 worship page
    gslcva.org/virtual-worship-services/a-different-type-of-regime-change

    Link to welcome card
    gslcva.org/welcome

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    Good Shepherd supports current guidelines for using masks and social distancing to control the spread of coronavirus. Participants in our virtual services remove masks but practice distancing during the actual recording of the service. Some of our virtual services include recordings made before the coronavirus outbreak. The use of these older recordings is not intended to undermine our commitment to loving our neighbors and respecting their health by following best practices during the pandemic.

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