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Posts from April 2017

Weekly Message – April 24, 2017

Church Dinner Menu for Wed. April 26 Variety of sandwiches from Subway Restaurant Chips Cookies Coffee and Tea Cost:  $3 child/youth   $6 adult   $15 family maximum Quarterly Business Meeting Wednesday, April 26th at 6:30 p.m. IF YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR REPORTS TO INCLUDE IN THE BUSINESS MEETING, PLEASE HAVE THEM TO BRENDA IN THE CHURCH OFFICE BY TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 25TH. LOCK…

Weekly Message – April 17, 2017

Church Dinner Menu for Wed. April 19 Hot Dogs with Chili Potato Chips Baked Beans Cole Slaw Apple Cobbler a la mode Coffee and Tea Cost:  $3 child/youth   $6 adult   $15 family maximum        Vacation Bible School is fast approaching! If you are interested in volunteering for our VBS this summer please contact Bridget Kokolis. We have lots of opportunities…

Maundy Thursday Invitation

We invite you to join us for a special Maundy Thursday worship and meal this Thursday, April 13, at 6:00 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall. We will gather around the table, remembering Christ’s final meal with his disciples as we continue our journey through Holy Week. We will hear scripture, sing hymns, and celebrate the Lord’s Supper. This will be an experience…

Weekly Message – April 10, 2017

Church Dinner Menu for Wed. April 12 No dinner due to Holy Week activities Easter Lilies At the conclusion of worship on Easter Sunday, those who purchased the lilies will be welcome to take them and use them to grace your own home or to give as a gift to someone else. Thank you for joining us in making Easter even more…

Weekly Message – April 3, 2017

Church Dinner Menu for Wed. April 5 No dinner due to the Spring Festival/Egg Hunt. A FREE hot dog dinner will be available to all who attend the festival. Easter Lilies At the conclusion of worship on Easter Sunday, those who purchased the lilies will be welcome to take them and use them to grace your own home or to give as…

From the Pastor – April 2017

From the Pastor Sometimes the season of Lent is hard to get through. It is a long season of reflection, contemplation, and fasting as we walk the road to Jerusalem with Jesus. The dusty road may be an apt metaphor for this season. It is long, the fasting is difficult, and we are reminded of how much we need the cleansing of…