Our Worship in Lent and Easter
February 18 – Ash Wednesday Worship at 7:00 pm
Lent begins with this service of penitence, with the ministration of ashes for those who wish to receive them.
February 22 – 1st Sunday in Lent
Genesis 9:8-17, Mark 9:2-9
“Does Temptation Still Apply?”
A brief Service for Wholeness will follow our regular worship, in the front of the sanctuary. The service includes an intercession for healing, laying on of hands and anointing with oil.
March 1 – 2nd Sunday in Lent
Genesis 17:1-7, Mark 8:31-38
“Do We Have to Choose Sides?”
Sacrament of Communion
March 8 – 3rd Sunday in Lent
Exodus 20:1-17, John 2:13-20
“What do we do with an Angry Jesus?”
March 15 – 4th Sunday in Lent
Ephesians 2:1-10, John 3:14-21
“Do We Trivialize God’s Love?”
March 22 – 5th Sunday in Lent
Jeremiah 31:31-34, John 12:20-33
March 29 – Passion/Palm Sunday
Holy Week begins
“How do the Palms and Passion go Together?”
Receive One Great Hour of Sharing Offering
April 2 – Maundy Thursday Worship at 7:00
“The Last Gift” – A Youth-Led Worship Service
Including a Soup and Bread supper in the atrium.
April 5 – Resurrection of the Lord
Easter Sunrise Service at 7:30 a.m. followed by breakfast. Service of the Resurrection at 9:30 a.m.
Church Office Hours: Monday–Friday 9 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 5299 Jamesville Road DeWitt, NY 13214 email@example.com Ph:315-446-0960
Lenten Discovery 2015 Thursday evenings in Lent: February 26, March 5, 12, 19, 26 This year’s intergenerational midweek Lenten gatherings will include music, food and study: 4:30 Rock Band 5:30 Supper in the Commons (sign-up on Sunday mornings to help) 6:30 Study – lounge Intergenerational Music--Commons 7:30 Choir rehearsal
Book Study: Our study will focus on “The Christian Life: A Geography of God” by Michael Lindvall. As Lindvall describes it, “Those who would make spiritual journeys need spiritual maps. This little book is not an attempt to make another spiritual map. The map, if you will, has already been drawn. I would only point it out for the benefit of those who have found themselves restless for the journey. I will also offer thoughts about how to read this ancient map and hints about what you might experience as you travel. In the end, the most eloquent testimony to the Christian faith is the word of those who have taken the road before us and along the way found more than they first sought.” Rev. Shidemantle will lead this study. The books will be available on Sunday mornings beginning Feb. 15. The cost is $11. You can pick up a book and pay for it at our first session.
Intergenerational Music: Kids, teens, and adults join together around world music with drumming, chimes and handbells, anthems and more. Bette Kahler and Rebecca Chaffee will lead this group, and musicians of all ages are invited to participate.
What’s For Supper? Soup, Salad, kid-friendly option, and bread. See the weekly menu and sign-up sheets in the atrium.