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Good Friday Services

Service of Shadows.  We cannot truly experience the joy of Easter and the resurrection until we spend some time thinking about God’s sacrifice.  The prayer labyrinth will also be available (5-7pm). Allow approximately 30 minutes for that.

Maundy Thursday

Come when you like for this self-guided tour of different discipleship experiences.  Visit the Labyrinth for a reflective prayer walk, celebrate Holy Communion, experience foot washing, or spend some time in confession, nailing your sins to the cross.  You will receive a guide book and go at your own pace. Visit one or more… you…

Making the Connection | Healing School

The Healing School, which is part of our Making the Connection sessions during the school year, continues throughout the summer, led by Pastor Cookye Rutledge from 6:00 – 7:30 pm. New people are encouraged to join the group any time. You will discover that healing belongs to everyone who comes to Jesus with a believing…

Making the Connection | ‘Give It Up!’

For a complete schedule of events, visit the Making the Connection page. Our Lenten Study will be based on the book, “Give It Up!” The author, a United Methodist pastor, asks questions about our priorities to explore and to reflect on what we may be willing to give up. What holds your attention and occupies…

Making the Connection | ‘The New Copernicans’

For a complete schedule of events, visit the Making the Connection page. Does it feel as if the world around us is changing? Do we wonder what it all means for God’s ministry here on earth? Copernicus was an astronomer who was born ahead of his time and who saw the world in a completely…

Youth Bike Ride

A request from the group! On April 14, we will bike along the greenway. We will meet at church at 1 pm and enjoy Yummi Bunni afterward. In the event of bad weather, we will do another activity at church and still get Yummi Bunni.

Palm Sunday

We will wave our palms as we remember Jesus’ entry into Jerusalem. Did they understand what kind of a Savior he was?  Do we?