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Sunday, March 25, 11am — Palm Sunday Brunch
We end our celebratory Palm Sunday worship with a youth-led brunch!
Thursday, March 29, 6:30pm — Maundy Thursday
We begin the Triduum (Three Days) by sharing a meal and remembering Jesus’ last supper.
Friday, March 30, 6:30pm — Good Friday
We continue the Triduum by remembering Jesus’ death on the cross.
Saturday, March 31, 4pm — Holy Saturday Passion Walk
We end the Triduum with a walk around our Northeast neighborhood, retracing the last hours of Jesus in distance and story. The walk will be about 2.5 miles and take roughly an hour.
Sunday, April 1, 10am — Easter Sunday Worship
Like the women at the tomb, we awaken to God’s incredible promise… death does not have the last word! Jesus is risen!
How do we respond to panhandlers?
As the weather warms up, “signers” (also known as panhandlers) return to street corners and highway off-ramps. There are a lot of questions and concerns that surround signers and how we should best care for them.
Pastor Margaret Kelly rejoins us to lead a Family Faith forum where we ask and answer these questions with compassion and grace. 11:15-noon on Sunday after worship in the Commons.
The parking lot is plowed, the sidewalk is salted, the coffee is brewing, and worship is ON today! Join us at 10am. If you feel safer staying home, please feel free to do so! Your safety is the most important thing. You can watch today’s worship live on Facebook (you don’t need an account!) here: facebook.com/gracenempls.
The weather forecast for Saturday says more snow is on the way. For the safety of our guests AND our cooks, we are cancelling the Community Dinner this Saturday. Stay home and stay safe!
Welcome to a Lent of Love.
This season, we’re taking a deep dive into Jesus’ central commandments: to love God, and to love our neighbor as ourselves.
Each Monday, we’ll post yesterday’s sermon visuals and audio, plus the postcard and some further thoughts to dwell on for next Sunday’s sermon.
Thoughts? Questions? Comments? Join the conversation on Facebook.
Thank you for joining me on this journey.
– Pastor Emmy