A Pivotal Moment

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March 25, 2018 – Nathan Dickerson

Philippians 2.5-11 : Psalm 118.19-29 : Mark 15.1-39

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Sunday Music – March 25, 2018

Playlist:

Songs of Praise:

All Glory Laud and Honor
Praise is Rising

Response:

Hosanna – Peterson

Offertory:

King of My Heart

Sanctus:

Sanctus – Lent

Eucharist:

Great Are You Lord
Prince of Peace
Post Communion Prayer Advent

…and they shall be my people

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March 18, 2018 – Bishop John Guernsey

Jeremiah 31.31-34 : Psalm 51.11-16 : John 12.20-33

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Sunday Music – March 18, 2018

Playlist:

Song of Praise:

I Need Thee Every Hour

Response:

Reckless Love

Offertory:

What a Beautiful Name

Sanctus:

Sanctus – Lent

Eucharist:

Psalm 130 Lent
In Christ Alone

Holy Week 2018

Holy Week Schedule

Palm Sunday: (3/25) We will begin outside with services at 9, 11, and 5. (shuttle service provided)

Maundy Thursday: 7:30pm (shuttle service and nursery provided)

Walking the Cross: Fri at 8:30am at the Brooks’s House

Stations of the Cross: Fri at 10am for children and the young at heart, 12pm, and 2pm.

Good Friday: 7:30pm (shuttle service and nursery provided)

The Great Vigil of Easter: 8:30pm (shuttle provided, but no nursery); bring food or a fun beverage to share for the Resurrection Party

Easter Sunday: normal service times at 9, 11, and 5. (shuttle service and nursery provided, but no kids’ small groups)

…and my people shall be satisfied with my goodness

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March 11, 2018 – David Hanke

Jeremiah 31.10-14 : Psalm 122 : John 6.1-15

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Come. Bear the cross. Feel it’s weight.

IMG_3625We are all different types of learners. Some of us can read and understand. Others of us can hear and understand. And, still others of us only ever get it when we can touch and feel and experience something.

On Good Friday, we invite you to join us for an experiential journey – to physically take up the cross, feel its weight, and imagine what it was like for Jesus. We’ll gather at the Brooks’s house at 8:30 AM and walk the “Good Friday Cross” to Restoration. The journey is about a mile long and we take about an hour, stopping along the way to pray the fourteen stations of the cross.  When we arrive at church, we’ll process the cross into the Sanctuary and lay it down, readying it to receive written reflections of our sins which we literally nail to the cross.  On Saturday night, at the beginning of the Great Vigil of Easter, we gather around the bonfire and tear our sins from the cross and throw them in the fire.

Please come. Come even if you read this and get it. Come even if you heard about others who experienced it last year and you get it. Come. Bear the cross. Feel it’s weight. Walk the journey, just so that you can understand maybe a little bit differently this year the “overwhelming, never-ending, reckless love of God”.

Email Steve Brooks (brooks@potomacassociates.com) for more details.

 

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