Sermon title: “Reclaiming the Symbols of Lent: The Passover Meal”
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THE FLOWERS ON THE COMMUNION TABLE TODAY are provided by
Cyndi Richter. “In loving memory of her Mother, Dad, and brother.”
CONGREGATIONAL CAFE — The UCC Growth Committee will host a Café in order to give congregants some ideas on how to invite others to church. The café will be in
GREENE LECTURE SERIES COMMITTEE meets Monday, April 1, at 3:00 p.m., in the parlor.
GOVERNANCE COMMITTEE meets Tuesday, April 2, at 5:00 a.m., in the office conference room.
HOUSE CHURCH – meets on Tuesday evenings through April 9,
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STEPHEN MINISTERS meets Thursday, April 4, at 11:00 a.m., in the office
YOGA meets every Tuesday at 4:00 and Friday, at 10:00, in
HOUSE CHURCH – concludes on
JESUS SEMINAR ON THE ROAD: Re-imagining Jesus and Women with Westar scholars Sarah Morice Brubaker and Deborah Niederer Saxon, at Plymouth Congregational Church, April 5-6, 2019. For centuries the Christian church insisted that its leaders be male. Yet, recent scholarship has uncovered a very different story about women and Christian origins. This seminar examines the leading role of women in the rise of Christianity and the formation of several Christian beliefs. Register online
PALM SUNDAY SERVICE is on Sunday, April 14, at
GOOD FRIDAY TENEBRAE SERVICE is on Friday, April 19 at
EASTER SUNDAY – There will be one extended service from 10:30-noon on Easter morning with communion. This service will feature music from F. J. Haydn, “Lord Nelson Mass”. There will be an Easter egg hunt for all children to be held immediately following the worship service at noon, on the south side courtyard lawn. There will be no Easter sunrise service.
EVERY CHURCH/OUR CHURCH – Every church gains and loses members, but UCC has a unique perspective in this challenge. Our membership is not large, and our members average well over 50 years of age. This fact requires us to be proactive in our new member recruitment.