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Sunday at 10:30 am, April 20th
Please join us to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Sunday School for children 7 and younger after God’s Children Time at the beginning of worship. The “One Great Hour of Sharing” offering will be gathered to support Presbyterian Disaster Assistance, Hunger Relief and the Self-Development of People programs.
After the worship service all are invited to enjoy coffee,  deviled eggs and other Easter refreshments.

Join us Saturday,  April 19th, at 10am for a Childrens’ Easter Egg Hunt. Outdoors (if the weather cooperates) and indoors.  There will be a more challenging indoor church-wide scavenger hunt for older children, in addition to the easier hunt for children 5 and under. Coffee and refreshments for adults and kids. Free.

Friday, April 18th
12pm-1pm Silent Prayer Vigil in the Sanctuary
7pm  Tenebrae Service “The Approaching Darkness”, includes readings from the Gospel of John, prayers and hymns and the extinguishing of candles as we remember Jesus’ death.

Wednesday, March 5th, 7:00 pm
Observe the beginning of Lent, the 40 days of preparation to celebrate Easter, with a worship service of readings, prayers and the marking of ash on your forehead or hand to remind you of your own mortality and fallibility. This brief service will be followed by a time of silent prayer and reflection in the sanctuary. All are welcome.

SouperBowl-February 2nd, 11:30am

Make sure the right team wins! Join us for an all-you-can-eat soup lunch and help feed your neighbors. Donations will given to the NE Emergency Food Program. This Sunday is also Scout Sunday, and many from Troop 71 will be visiting.

martinluther January 19th
Please join us for worship on Sunday, 10:30am. This service will include readings from many of Rev. Dr. King’s sermons, speeches and writings, interspersed with scriptures and hymns that King used as a foundation to inspire his listeners. King’s themes of justice and peace are as important for us to hear today as they were when first spoken. Music will feature African American composers and traditional spirituals, including King’s favorite, “Precious Lord, Take My Hand.”

Play Park is open! We remain open during the winter break period, except for Christmas Day.
Monday 9am-12pm
Tuesday 9am-12pm
Wednesday 9am-12pm and 3pm-5:30pm

Play Park will be closed on Christmas Day, Wednesday, Dec. 25th. We will be open on Christmas’ Eve, New Year’s Eve, and New Year’s Day. Closures due to icy conditions will be posted on this website. To sign up for Play Park updates by email, please make your request through the church contact page.

 

For more information, see the Play Park page.

Christmas Eve Service

Community Christmas Eve Service
Tuesday, December 24th, 7pm

Manger Scene with Jesus and Animals

For all ages, everybody welcome! Please join us for traditional readings and carols, a pageant about “Friendly Beasts” that all children are welcome to participate in, and “Silent Night” by candle light.

 

This event is free. An offering will be given during the service to support the church’s ministry in the neighborhood.

 

After the service, which is around 45 minutes long, there will be cookies and refreshments available for Santas and little angels alike.

 

Tuesday, August 6th. 5pm-8pm.  Come meet your neighbors, enjoy an evening outdoors and learn about community resources and neighborhood history. Piedmont’s 100 year old building will be open for tours.  Free hotdogs, hamburgers,  and more. NE Cleveland Ave. between Jessup and Jarrett will be closed to car traffic. Help setting up at 4:30pm and cleaning up 7:30-8:30 is welcome.

There will be no Sunday School for children June 23rd and June 30th, or for the month of August. As always children are welcome in worship or to accompany their parents downstairs to the Jr. Chapel for more room to play while their parents listen to the service.

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