Sunday April 19, 2020 At Home Worship
A chapter from a book called, "Friday, Saturday, Sunday: Literary Meditations on Suffering, Death and New Life", by David S. Cunningham, focuses on the Saturday of Holy Week, and the Easter Vigil.
It is quite captivating as we begin this new series and in light of all that is currently going on in our lives.
This week, we reflect on our experiences of Good Friday.
Rev. Ashley-Anne asked several working men and women in the community to reflect on different passages in the Bible that refer to Good Friday. They were asked to take the scripture they were given and to talk about what it means to them right now. They reveal their thoughts about how the quarantine/ social distancing has affected them and affected their jobs and the people around them.
Watch this video here and reflect on what Good Friday means to you during this stay at home order.
While watching, read the scripture the individual reflects on and think about what it means to you.
Rev. Ashley-Anne Masters is Director of Presbyterian Campus Ministry of Raleigh: A PC (USA) collegiate ministry for multiple campuses including N.C.State University and Meredith College. Prior to serving in campus ministry, she served as Manager for Spiritual Care at Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, IL, with primary chaplaincy focus in oncology, trauma, and palliative care. She holds degrees from Presbyterian College and Columbia Theological Seminary. Ashley-Anne is co-author of Bless Her Heart: Life as a Young Clergywoman, author of Holding Hope: Grieving Pregnancy Loss during Advent, and contributor to Talking Taboo: American Christian Women Get Frank About Faith. She blogs at revaam.org.