Sunday Worship Services

 Sunday, June 27, 2021

Lakefront Worship Service

8:30 a.m. Steele Memorial Bandstand

with the Sacrament of Holy Communion

Lakeside United Methodist Church Service

9 a.m. Lakeside United Methodist Church

The Rev. Karen B. Graham

Chautauqua Community Worship

10:30 a.m. Hoover Auditorium

Rev. Shannon Kershner

Supported by the Rev. Ruth C. Shannon Endowment

The Rev. Shannon Kershner will serve as Lakeside’s Preacher of the Week from June 27-July 1.

She will preach at the Chautauqua Community Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, June 27 in Hoover Auditorium.

The Rev. Shannon Johnson Kershner is the senior pastor of Fourth Presbyterian Church (P.C.U.S.A.). She grew up in Waco, Texas as the daughter of a Presbyterian minister and an elementary school teacher.

Shannon graduated in 1994 from Trinity University in San Antonio. In 1996, she began her theological training at Columbia Theological Seminary and received her Masters of Divinity degree in 1999.

She has been involved in leadership for NEXT Church and serves on the Princeton Seminary Board of Trustees.

During her week at Lakeside, The Rev. Dr. Shannon Kershner will preach at 9 a.m. Monday-Thursday during Faith for Living Hour at the Steele Memorial Bandstand. At 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 29, she will lead Vespers by the Lake, held at the Steele Memorial Bandstand. On Thursday, July 1, the Rev. Karen B. Graham will lead the 7:30 p.m. Vespers with Holy Communion at the Steele Memorial Bandstand.


Rev. Kershner will be presenting in her message and during Faith for Living, "Now What?!" That is a primary question that many of us are asking these days. Now that people are getting vaccinated and we are beginning to emerge from the nightmare of Covid-19, now what do we do? Who are we to be as Church, the body of Christ?

We are not going to be the same as we were prior to our experience of the pandemic. And we will have the choice to either celebrate that truth or mourn it. Who are we to be as citizens, as people called to invest in the common good?

We have not exactly experienced anything close to national unity in the last few years (and before). What might God have in store for us as we move into these new, still rather liminal, days? These questions will guide Sunday morning worship on June 27th, as well as the class discussions during the following week. Come and wonder together.

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