Apart together, we will share a ritual remembrance of the entrance to the city.  Palms will be delivered to members’ homes on Saturday. You may also participate using local foliage (that’s what palms were) or a towel to represent the cloaks laid down in Jesus’ path.

Here is a worship bulletin that you may wish to print or view on another device.

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Worship for Sunday, March 29 – to fully participate, you’ll want to have a candle available to light.
On Sunday, March 22 Pastor Wendy preached “Think Small”. Words of Welcome begin at the 10:45 mark. Please enjoy the Prelude as you prepare.
March 15 multisite worship — advance to the 6 minute mark to find the beginning of the service.   Please note that Pastor Wendy offered in-person worship at First on March 15.  

Our Holy Week Worship Schedule:

Pastor Matthew and his family invite you to gather in your kitchens, watch, and join in making a traditional communion bread to share at your table on this holy night. While we enjoy the fragrance of baking bread, there will be time to hear from our sacred scriptures, pray, and meditate on musical offerings by organist Michael Rees.
 
This simple recipe makes a hearty and wholesome bread inspired by that made by monks in Conyers, Georgia.  We hope you can make this bread with what you already have in your pantry.  Find the recipe HERE.
Be transported with Mary to the foot of the Cross in a twenty-minute audio experience that includes moving music, Mary’s story, and a brief reflection.  Choose an atmosphere that allows you to fully engage the powerful emotions of the event and join us on the journey to Easter.
Gather online to celebrate the joy and hope of Easter!
Following Easter, we will take a deep dive into the form, structure and life lessons of the Lord’s Prayer.  We will spend six weeks examining the weighty messages carried in each line and how very significant our prayer lives can be.