Jazz Easter 2019 – Good Orderly Direction
This Jazz Easter service features the music of Portage Bay Big Band, plus vocals from Northlake’s Music Director, David Duvall. Readings include Northlake’s Covenant of Right Relations, “Meditation on Broken Hearts” by Thomas Rhodes and “Wholeness Is About Darkness and Light” by Parker Palmer. The sermon “Good Orderly Direction” was given by Rev. Jim VanderWeele: Just like a stone rolled away from the tomb there are times in human life when the old, set patterns crack open. Rather than see these cracks as an obstacle to your betterment, we consider Leonard Cohen’s view that “Cracks are how the light gets in.” May such a light of insight or encouragement lead you on in a good, orderly direction.