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Tuesday, April 5, 2022

The Regent community gathers for Chapel through Zoom on Tuesdays at 11 am (PDT). You can find Zoom login details in the Weekly Announcements email. If you don’t currently receive our Weekly Announcements email, you can subscribe by clicking the 'Subscribe’ button on this page.

If you are unable to join us at that time the recording of Chapel will be available on Moodle.


Welcome & Announcements


Artist Offering

Christina Hubbard & Daniel Du

Introduction

I Lift My Eyes Up

© 1990 Brian Doerksen

Talk Part 1

Mind of Christ (Philippians 2)

© 2022 Brian Doerksen & Steve Mitchinson

Scars On His Hands

© 2016 Brian Doerksen

Talk Part 2

Psalm 13 (How Long?)

© 2002 Brian Doerksen | Daphne Rademaker | Karen Mitchinson | Steve Mitchinson

Faithful One

© 1989 Brian Doerksen

Prayers of the People

Wounded Embodiment by Esther Doerksen

When the weight of the world’s conflicts fills us with worry
Fill our thoughts with your peace so our hope is renewed
When divisions in the nations reach too close to our homelands
Be our shepherd of wisdom speaking through us to others
When the way forward is uncertain with shadows at every turn
Remind us the way forward is servant-led community
When we feel discouraged or lost in despair and distress
Our help comes from the Lord, maker of heaven and earth

When storms are breaking and fog is blinding us, be our refuge and safety
The sacred scarred hands who shaped the world hold us close
The peace of Christ envelops and embraces all of us
We are given new ways to think as we put on more of Jesus
We are invited to join in the shared work of servant hearted love
So we may enter the rest of the Spirit’s embodied presence
Are we willing to embrace all of our humanity as Jesus did?
It is in our humanity where fullness of life is found

Can sadness and joy make a home together in us?
There is courageous work involved and this work takes time
We may not know what the first step is and that’s ok
Help us embrace our wounds as marks of being human
Bring others to come and walk along beside us
The scars of Jesus are reminders to trust
As we learn to lament, may it lead to joy
Joyful community embracing and embodying humanity
Amen.

Everlasting Arms

© 2017 Brian Doerksen


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