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Wednesday, March 1st, 7:00 pm
Observe the beginning of Lent, the 40 days of preparation before Easter, with a worship service of readings, prayers and the marking of ash on your forehead to remind you of your own mortality and fallibility. Our Lenten journey will reflect on Jesus’ life of ministry and deepening our relationship with him through prayer. All are welcome.

Play Park will be open on Presidents’ Day, Monday, Feb. 20th, 9am-12pm.

Our Sunday morning service is cancelled on Jan. 15th due to continued icy conditions and concerns for people’s safety getting to and from the building.

 

Please join us for an evening of traditional carols and readings from the Bible and an interactive children’s Christmas Pageant “The Angel Band.” The service is for all ages and lasts about 45 minutes. An offering will be received to support the church’s ministry in the neighborhood. Cookies and hot cocoa for those who want to linger after.

Play park is open Mon-Thurs, 9am-12pm during the holiday season. This includes Monday, Dec. 26, and Monday, Jan. 2. If we need to close due to weather related conditions, it will be posted here and through our email list. Stay warm and safe!

Due to the weather forecast, the Portland Gay Symphonic Band concert is cancelled. The band will be playing at Legacy Emanuel Hospital, Sunday December 18th, at 2pm if you would like to hear some great music. For more information about the Symphonic Band and associated music groups go to rcgfb.org. Our neighborhood gathering will be converted from a Christmas party to an after-the-New-Year potluck 4pm, Sunday, January 8th.

Play Park will be open 9am-12pm on Labor Day.

This week is also the start of play park’s fall schedule: Monday-Thursday, 9am-12pm.

For more details please visit our play park page.

martinlutherPlease join us for worship on Sunday, January 17th, at 10:30am. This service will include readings from many of Rev. Dr. King’s sermons, speeches and writings, along 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.”

Special Winter Delight this morning! For the health of the body of Christ we encourage you to avoid the roads and worship in place. There will be no church service at Piedmont Presbyterian. The morning’s readings celebrate Epiphany. Question (based on Ephesians): what boundless riches has God given you as you have sought Jesus Christ?

Christmas Eve Service

jesusCommunity Christmas Eve Service
Thursday, December 24th, 7pm

 

For all ages, everybody welcome! Please join us for traditional readings and carols, a pageant about “The 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 campaign to make the building accessible through installing lifts and a wheelchair ramp.

 

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

 

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