Rev. Beth Banks; Sarah Larkin, Worship Associate. Awe is edgier than wonder or amazement; awe balances on the knife’s edge of surprise and fear. In Hebrew and Christian Scripture, awe happens when the normal world is shaken from its foundation. It’s when a pathway in the sea opens to people fleeing their enemies; when water turns to wine; or angels appear while folks are counting their sheep. It’s when these amazed people manage to say to anyone who will listen, “We have seen remarkable (surprising and fearful) things today!”
Send your original photo of something awesome by Dec 11. We’ll use photos for the service.