I Thank God Every Time I Remember You

On the Sixth Sunday of Easter, we worshiped together in the KPC Sanctuary and via Facebook Live.

Who’s on your list of people who’ve had the most positive impact on your life?


Paul was in prison when he wrote to the Christians in Philippi (see Philippians 1: 1-18a). He had no way of knowing whether the Roman authorities would soon let him go or execute him. Nonetheless, Paul wrote a letter of effusive joy and gratitude. He begins by telling the Philippians: “I thank my God every time I remember you.” Whose list are you on?


The music featured the Chamber Ringers, the Worship Choir and Music Director Eunkyung “Grace” Woo on piano and organ. As a special treat, Eunkyung’s mother Youngram Hahm offered a traditional Korean liturgical dance during the Offertory.


Because of technical difficulties, the audio levels of this service went “in” and “out.” About 13 minutes in the service resumes to full effect.


NOTE: Because of fluctuating levels of COVID cases locally, we have adopted protocols governing incremental return to normal in-person worship and congregating. See the March 2022 edition of PresNotes newsletter for details. These guidelines are being modified by the Session too recognize the current resurgence of cases in the region.