Order of Worship

Blessed Hunger, Holy Feast: Life-giving Drink



Invitation to Silence

Call to Worship 


Come, thou fount // HWB 521


Luke 13:1-9


Dust and Ashes // Insert HWB

Children’s Story

Tom Warkentin


“Turn toward Abundance ” // Eileen Klaassen

Confession and Reconciliation


“The Water” - Samaritan Woman’s story


Come, bring your burdens to God // StS 50

Sharing Time

Peace Candle


O blessed spring // StS 100

Sending Song

Rain down // StJ 49


March 24, 2019

Luke 13:1-9


On the same occasion, there were people present who told Jesus about some Galileans whose blood Pilate had mixed with their own sacrifices.

Jesus replied, “Do you think these Galileans were the greatest sinners in all Galilee just because they suffered this? Not at all! I tell you, you’ll all come to the same end unless you change your ways. Or take those eighteen who were killed by a falling tower in Siloam. Do you think they were more guilty than anyone else who has lived in Jerusalem? Certainly not! I tell you, you’ll all come to the same end unless you change your ways.”

Jesus told this parable: “There was a fig tree growing in a vineyard. The owner came out looking for fruit on it, but didn’t find any. The owner said to the vine dresser, ‘Look here! For three years now I’ve come out in search of fruit on this fig tree and have found none. Cut it down. Why should it clutter up the ground?’

“In reply, the vine dresser said, ‘Please leave it one more year while I hoe around it and fertilize it. If it bears fruit next year, fine; if not, then let it be cut down.’”