A Year Later
One year ago this week, a former parishioner sent me a meme from the movie, Forrest Gump, of Tom Hanks’ character seated at a bus stop. A bubble over his head had him saying, “And just like that… my pastor was a televangelist!” I cringed and laughed and thought (hoped?) this newfound art of preaching to a camera would be temporary.
A year later, I look at the camera very differently. It is a part of our regular worship service, and I am thankful for what God is doing with our growing digital ministry. I’m equally thankful, though, that I’m not preaching solely to a camera now. It is wonderful that those who wish to do so can gather safely in person, and thank you for your patience and cooperation.
As we continue through the Lenten season and look expectantly to the Easter season, we have some wonderful worship opportunities both in person and virtual. Be sure to add these observances to your calendar!
Sunday, March 28 (Palm/Passion Sunday)
Children’s Procession of Palms at 11AM service
Thursday, April 1 (Holy Thursday)
Service at 6PM (Virtual & In Person)
Holy Communion, Stripping of the Altar, and Imposition of Ashes
Friday, April 2 (Good Friday)
Virtual Service at 12 noon
Sunday, April 4 (Easter Sunday)
* Reservations are required for both Easter services* See page 2 for more detailed information.
Sunday, April 11 (Confirmation Sunday)
Holy Communion at both services and Confirmation at 11AM
all good things to each of you,