Last Sunday, we got deep and learned about the importance of getting grounded. Storms will come, and we want to be sure we are seeing clearly, bearing good fruit, and building a strong foundation.
This Sunday, our guest preacher, Jennn Partlow, will take us in a different direction. We’re going up the mountain with Jesus and his disciples, where he reveals his glory to them in Luke 9:28-36. And – just when it’s getting good – the disciples are challenged to leave the glory and continue the journey down the mountain.
Come Sunday to learn more about what that might mean for you.
March 5 – Fat Tuesday Potluck & Talent Show: Bring your talent and some food to share as we celebrate a night of revelry before Lent. We’ll meet in McKinley Hall at 5:30 for a potluck supper, where we’ll all pitch in for the meal and for clean-up. Performances begin at 6pm!
March 6 – Ash Wednesday: Begin Lent with us in the Sanctuary at 7pm for a simple time of worship. “Remember, you are dust and to dust you shall return.”
March 9 – Newburgh: Beauty and Tragedy: In this documentary, you’ll hear the story of Newburgh through its residents and have a chance to meet the filmmaker following the screening. You won’t want to miss this opportunity from the Movies That Matter series at 7pm.
Presbyterians 101: March 9, 23, & 30 – Interested in exploring joining the church? Ever wondered about what exactly it is that makes one “presbyterian”? Join us for learning, conversation, and community building: 10:30am-12pm in the Edgar Library.