Play Park is closed Labor Day, Monday, September 1. It will continue to be open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, 9am-12pm. There are tentative plans to have the afternoon session resume a little later this fall.
Tuesday, August 5th. 5:30pm-8pm. Come meet your neighbors, enjoy an evening outdoors! 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.
The play park is open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 9am-12pm throughout most of the Summer beginning June 16th. There are no afternoon sessions. Any breaks from the summer schedule will be posted here, and people on the play park email list will be notified ahead of time.
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.
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.
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.
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.”