Childcare provided during 10:30 service only
Building is handicap accessibleBuilding is air-conditioned
Lent is a time of journeying- with Jesus towards Jerusalem and also deep within ourselves.
It can take us into the wilderness, be a time for challenge and also of new possibilities.
The Seder Meal is a celebration of the meal that Jesus and his disciples celebrated in the Upper Room. Once again everyone is welcome to attend this family meal in Fellowship Hall. We will begin at 6 p.m. and end around 7:30 p.m.
March 5th at 6:30 p.m. at First Congregational Church
Joint Worship with First United Methodist Church held at First Congregational Church
Join with brothers and sisters from churches throughout our community for a shared worship experiences.
Durning four Sundays in March, different pastors will be preaching at different churches.
The scripture readings this week raise the question of where we put our trust.
Do we, like Nicodemus, rely on our postions and place in the community or will we allow ourselves to be led into unknown territory, like Abraham?
The readings this week center on God's faithfulness as the source of life, and our human need to trust God's provision.
The theme of lifegiving water runs through both of these passages.
Seeing and recognizing are the theme for the week.
John emphasizes the difference between physical and spiritual blindness.
The Rev. Bob Anderle will be our guest preacher this morning.
The scripture readings are Ezekiel 37:1-14 and John 11:1-45
The symbols for this day will represent funerals.