8:30 and 11:00am services. We celebrate Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem with a palm procession and hear the story of his betrayal and journey to the cross.
12:10 and 6:30 pm services. We remember Jesus’ last meal with his followers, before he faces the cross.
12:10 pm Community Good Friday Services. Hear reflections by pastors from the community on Jesus’ last words from the cross.
6:30 pm A reflective Good Friday service, with space to ponder the gift of God’s love for us in Jesus Christ.
7:00, 8:30, & 11:00 am Celebratory Easter Worship 8:00-10:00 am Breakfast
Every Wednesday During Lent
Meet at 5:30 for a simple soup meal (free will offering) and 6:30 for worship. Our theme is “Making Change.” We’ll remember how God is present with us through all the changes in our life.
CHANGE for CHANGE in the CAR
Throughout Lent, collect your spare change. We’ll collect it donate it to a Central African Republic (CAR) Bible Project. Help bring the changing power of God’s Word, to people who really need good news. Bring your coins to the church building and help fill up the giant jar in the back of our worship space!
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Reflections on Change
Sometimes, change feels good.
Winter turns to spring,
Loneliness finds community.
Employment opportunity arises.
Babies make appearances.
Work schedules crease dictating life.
And then there’s all those other good news,
rejoicing kinds of changes.
Sometimes, change feels bad.
Loved ones leave this earth.
Moving boxes fill a truck.
Doctors bring unwanted news.
Bodies refuse to do what they once did with ease.
And then there’s all those other bad news,
weeping kinds of changes.
I’ve started to notice...
In the crack between one place and another, the Holy One makes an appearance.
In the crack between winter and spring, we marvel and rejoice.
In the crack between ability and incapability, we cry and call out for comfort.
In the crack between coming and going, we listen and trust.
In the crack between life and death, we wonder and pray.
Maybe that’s why Jesus came
To fill that crack between heaven and earth
To be for us Unchangeable Love in every change.