Each year we encounter Holy Week anew. In part it is always different, because we are different – our lives and our world have changed since the last time we went to Jerusalem. In part it is always different because the Lectionary (the source from which we draw our assigned readings for the week) also
Month: March 2019
The snow has melted, leaving behind winter’s detritus. It’s time to don your work gloves, grab your rakes and tarps, fire up your leaf blower, and oil your pruning clippers. We’ll gather for a few hours to haul off leaves and branches, tidy up flower beds, and make our grounds beautiful just in time for
During Lent, we will be engaging in an experiment based on recent research and supported by Church Council. Children and Adult Education will begin at 9:30 am with worship beginning at 10:30 am. This will run for six weeks and will allow for children and adults to experience “Sunday School” and then for children and
The music series continues! Soprano Andrea Bargabos, mezzo Marjorie Dix and bass Jack Brown will present a program of art songs and opera arias, accompanied by our own Jean Stackhouse. Suggested donation of $20, $15 for seniors and students, at the door. Proceeds help support our music ministry. A light reception will follow.
Begins Sunday March 10 and ends Palm Sunday April 17 Recent research bears out what our own church and many others have experienced; that children being in worship strengthens their tie to their faith, their congregation, and their church. For the six Sundays in Lent, we will be altering our schedule to allow for children
We begin our Lenten Journey, remembering who we are and to whom we belong. This intimate service includes communion, confession and the imposition of ashes. All are welcome.