Operation Nightwatch Executive Director Rick Reynolds will be preaching and presiding over worship on Transfiguration Sunday, February 19.
Operation Nightwatch provides shelter, meals, housing, food, and advocacy for Seattle’s homeless populations. More than that, though, Operation Nightwatch is committed to the spiritual care of people who are living on the street.
Pastor Rick Reynolds will offer a sermon called “Lessons from the Street” at our 10 AM worship this Sunday – Transfiguration Sunday.
Transfiguration is not only about Jesus shining with glory. It is a story of how God’s glory cannot be contained, and how those in God’s presence are forever changed. To be present with people living on the street is to be changed forever. To live on the street is to be changed. God is found in Pioneer Square, in Belltown, and in the alleys and covered spaces around our businesses. God is found in the lives of the 8,000 homeless people in Seattle.
Come and do more than remember Jesus’ Transfiguration. Come this Sunday to be transfigured – to be come something new – by the stories of God living in and on our streets.