October 25, 2020 Service – Grief: It’s Necessary

This week’s scripture: Job 38:1-11, 16-18, 25-27; 42:1-6

Job had the worst day ever: all he owned, and his whole family, were taken from him. He was left only with his grief and his questions. He wanted God to explain why this had happened, but God was nowhere to be found. When God does show up, Job’ question goes unanswered. He was given something more helpful. It’s given to us, too: an answer to a question we never thought to ask.




Grief is hard. We are all grieving now, through this pandemic and the losses it has brought to nearly every aspect of our lives. How we grieve, and how we walk with each other through grief, is a daily challenge. This sermon, the first in a series of three, offers a look at what helps us grieve well as we grieve together.

Scripture: Psalms 77:1-10

Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall.

Music is done by Dawn Husmann

October 11, 2020 Service: “Who Is That Guy?”

The A-list guests ignore the invitation to the wedding feast for the king’s son, so the king has them all murdered. (Sounds like an episode of Game of Thrones.) So the king decides to invite everyone else – the B-list, and even those not on anyone’s list. But for some reason, the king decides to throw even one of these guests out. Who is that guy, and why is he so unwelcome? You get to decide who he is. And you might want to join him.
Scripture: Matthew 22:1-14
Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall.
The music is done by Dawn Husmann.

October 4, 2020 Worship Service

First Congregational Church of Cannon Falls MN October 4, 2020 Worship Service

Sermon title: In God’s Hands

The reading from Leviticus is instruction on presenting loaves of bread on the altar, 12 loaves, one for each of the 12 tribes of Israel, to remind God of the faithfulness of all Israel.

In God’s Hands is a picture book, an ancient Jewish folktale retold by Lawrence Kushner and Gary Schmidt. It is a reminder to us that ordinary deeds, done in faith, can create their own miracles.

Scripture – Leviticus 24:5-9

Pastor Glen Herrington-Hall

Music by Dawn Husmann

Cannon Falls, Minnesota