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Ash Wednesday

February 14, 6pm

Prayer Walk


Introduction: March 25, 12pm

Open Mon-Weds of Holy Week


Holy Week

Palm Sunday: March 25, all services

Reader’s Theater and the Choir will be presenting the last few days of Jesus’ life (the passion) in music and readings.  At the end of the service, the Table will be stripped to represent the stripping away of Jesus’ own life.  Chancel Choir will sing at the 9:30 and 11:00 services.

Maundy Thursday: March 29, 7pm

The Last Supper- a dramatic production of FUMC portraying the final evening Jesus spent with his disciples.

A Community Ecumenical Good Friday Service at St. Teresa’s Catholic Church located at 3000 N. Lompa Ln.

Good Friday Ecumenical Service: March 30, noon

Easter Sunday Services

God does comfort the disciples after the crucifixion but not with an explanation. God uses a simple element from nature, a stone that is rolled away from a cave to illustrate that life goes on. Jesus has been raised, he is no longer here and is going ahead of the disciples to Galilee and they are told there you will see him just as he told you. The journey continues as we follow in the Way of Jesus.

8:00   Informal Service

A simple liturgical service with traditional music.

9:30  Contemporary Praise/Family Service

Music led by our Joyful Noise praise band.  Sunday School is released during service and our Easter Egg hunt will follow.

11:00 Traditional Service

Traditional music lead by our Chancel Choir

Lent and Easter 2018

Shrove Tuesday

Shrove Tuesday Pancake Breakfast


February 13, 5:30pm

Join us for all you can eat pancakes and sausage!  Mardi Gras games and crafts for the family. 

Ash Wednesday Service


February 14, 6pm

A service of prayer and reflection

Learn More: Why Ashes on Ash Wednesday?

Ash Wednesday

Prayer Walk (Labyrinth)

Monday - Wednesday of Holy Week, 9:am-4pm - Aldersgate Room

As part of our Lenten Spiritual Aides we will have our Labyrinth available for your private meditation.  The Labyrinth is an ancient form of walking meditation and the Christians who couldn’t go on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem would walk it prayerfully.  This portable one is a copy of the one on the floor in Chartres Cathedral, France.

Prayer Walk
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