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Welcome to the Church of the Resurrection!

"Following Jesus, Walking in the Way of Love"

A place of prayer, service and fellowship

1131 South Main Street
Centerville, Utah 84014
Phone: 801.295.1360

Sixth Sunday after Pentecost

July 12, 2020
The Parable of the Sower

Fifth Sunday after Pentecost

July 5, 2020
Scripture lessons: Romans 7: 15-26A, Matthew 11: 25-30

A message from Lyn

Prayers for our nation on this Independence Day

Lord God Almighty, in whose Name the founders of this country won liberty for themselves and for us, and lit the torch of freedom for nations then unborn: Grant that we and all the people of this land may have grace to maintain our liberties in righteousness and peace; through Jesus Christ our Lord, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit, one God, for ever and ever. Amen. –From the Book of Common Prayer, p. 242

Almighty God, giver of all good things: We thank you for the natural majesty and beauty of this land. They restore us, though we often destroy them. Heal us.

We thank you for the great resources of this nation. They mke us rich, though we often exploit them. Forgive us.

We thank for those who have made this country strong. They are models for us, though we often fall short of them. Inspire us.

We thank your for the torch of liberty which has been lit in this land. It has drawn people from every nation, though we have often hidden from its light. Enlighten us.

We thank you for the faith we have inherited in all its rich variety. It sustains our life, though we have been faithless again and again. Renew us.

Help us, O Lord, to finish the good work here begun. Strengthen our efforts to blot out ignorance and prejudice, and to abolish poverty and crime. And hasten the day when all our people, with many voices in one united chorus, will glorify your holy Name. Amen. –From the Book of Common Prayer, p. 838

God bless you all this holiday weekend. And God bless America.


Fourth Sunday after Pentecost


Dear Friends,

I hope some of you have been able to use the "Praying until Pentecost" resource I emailed earlier in the week, and that it has enriched your prayer life.

Our very own St. Mark's Cathedral is posting online worship resources, including a sung Compline, which you can find here. Also, you can join the celebration of the Holy Eucharist at Washington National Cathedral. The Right Rev. Mariann Edgar Budde will be presiding and the Most Rev. Michael B. Curry will preach. The live webcast for online worship begins at 11:15 a.m. EDT, 9:15 a.m. MDT.

Finally, here is my video message to you for Pentecost this Sunday. Have a wonderful weekend!


Seventh Sunday of Easter

Alleluia! Christ is Risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!

Dear Friends,

Lyn invited me to prepare a short video message (see below) for this Sunday while she is away. I appreciate the opportunity!

The lectionary readings for Sunday, May 24 can be found here.

One of the themes in this week's gospel lesson is the importance of nurturing a relationship with God through prayer. Daily Prayer for All Seasons is a resource that might enrich your personal or family prayer time. I particularly like the Compline devotional on pages 116-117. See if there is something that speaks to you.

Finally, for anyone interested in watching an online Holy Eucharist on Sunday, Trinity Church Wall Street streams their service here at 11:15 a.m. Eastern Time, 9:15 a.m. Mountain Time.

I miss seeing all of you each week and hope you are healthy, happy, and safe. I look forward to when we can worship together again and will pray that it comes soon!


Fourth Sunday of Easter

Alleluia! Christ is Risen! The Lord is risen indeed! Alleluia!

Lyn's message for Sunday, May 3rd.

Worship at the National Cathedral

May 2nd and 3rd special internet worship services from St. Mark's Cathedral

Third Sunday of Easter

A message especially for children

Sunday's message based on Luke 24: 13-35

Please enjoy this music from our friend, Scott

Alleluia! Christ is Risen!

The Lord has risen indeed! Alleluia!

Holy Week at Home

April 5 – 11, 2020

I really wish we could be together as we walk the journey of Jesus' last days on earth! Here are resources for you and those with whom you live to use for praying together during Holy Week. In this Holy Week at Home Booklet, I have included the photos taken last year of the sanctuary on each day during Holy Week to remind us of the beauty of our worship. Also, here are past sermons for Maundy Thursday, Good Friday, the The Paschal Homily of Saint John Chrysostom to be said along with the Great Vigil of Easter on Saturday night, and Easter Morning. Christ is Risen!

Scott Rowley has provided us with videos for Palm Sunday of "All Glory, Laud and Honor" and "My Shepherd Will Supply My Need" with Max Moreno, baritone.

Additionally, there are many online services to watch from home including those from The Cathedral of St. Mark in Salt Lake City and Washigton National Cathedral – daily morning and evening prayer as well as Sunday Eucharist.

God of presence and strength, Help us feel you here with us when we are anxious and afraid, when the future feels unwieldy and uncertain. We know nothing is unknown to you, O God, and we know you are our rock and our comfort in times of trouble. Give us wisdom and courage to make changes that will help things get better. Amen.

Palm Sunday Remote Worship


Lent V Remote Worship

Friends --- Here is the service of Prayer for Sunday, March 29th.

Lent IV Remote Worship

My friends, since we cannot gather together, I invite us to unite our hearts in worship at home. Here is the Prayer service for March 22nd, which includes the readings appointed for the Fourth Sunday of Lent, and prayers specific to our time. The "sermon" is a interpretation of the gospel lesson, which we'd planned on offering as a dramatic reading at church.

May the God of endurance and encouragement grant you to live in such harmony with one another, in accord with Christ Jesus, that together you may with one voice glorify the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. Romans 15: 5-6

God bless us all. Lyn

Holy Eucharist, Sundays, 10 am – Suspended

There will be no services at Resurrection until further notice. We will continue to update this page as we receive more information.

Learn more about the liturgical season of Lent. Still have questions? Refer to these Lenten FAQs for even more information.

Sunday School, Sundays, 10 am – Suspended

Sunday School is offered every Sunday during the traditional school year, except for the First Sunday of each month, when the kids are participating in the church service. Childcare is also available during the regular Eucharist.

All are welcome here!

You and your hopes, your questions and even your doubts will always be welcome here.

We don't have all the answers, but we respect the process of questioning and seeking, and we love to do it in the company of like-minded pilgrims. This is a place you can be yourself – and know that you are loved by God.

Come for a visit and please let us know what we can do to help you feel at home.



Free Community Dinner – Suspended

The 3rd Wednesday of every month from 6:00 – 7:00 pm

Come and share this time with us and members of the community, there's no charge and you'll enjoy a delicious meal and fellowship. Please join us and bring your family, friends, and neighbors! The next Community Dinner is scheduled for April 15, 2020 at 6 pm. However, please check back for updates on whether the April community dinner will be suspended or not.

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