Asbury United Methodist Church Loving...Serving...Transforming Lives February 1, 2015 ~ 8:30 am and 10:30 am Services ! MISSION TATEENT Love God and one another, serve our community, and transform lives. VISION radically inclusive community, empowered to spread God’s love throughout the world. BEIEFS We believe we are created in the image of God. We believe God loves everyone and through Christ saves!revives!renews the world. We believe God through the Holy pirit changes lives. We believe the church is the body of Christ with a mission. We believe the Bible is the word of God. We believe that God has gifted everyone and the church for the purposes of God. We believe discipleship is a continuing journey. BURY UD MHD CHURCH ourth unday fter the piphany 8:30 am and 10:30 am Worship †† = Those who are able may stand AAHH = African American Heritage Hymnal ! Yellow!Hymnal!!!UMH = United Methodist Hymnal ! Red!Hymnal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Please use this time for prayer and meditation as we prepare for Worship. PRLUD ! ! ! ! R! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !!!!!8:30!am—Jesus!Walked!This!Lonesome!Valley...arr.!Zabel! ! ! ! !!!!!!!!10:30!am—Try!Jesus...Roberta!Martin! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !10:30!am—This!is!the!Day...Everett!Williams,!Jr.! H CHURCH GHR! ! ††CLL WRHP Leader: Wait for the Lord . . . even when waiting isn’t easy or comfortable. People: Wait, hope, wait. Leader: Wait with hope and trust . . . even when God’s presence isn’t obvious or clear. People: Wait, hope, wait. Leader: Wait for Christ to heal you . . . even when sickness and sorrow overwhelm you. People: Wait, hope, wait. Leader: As we worship our God this day, know that the Spirit is with us now. PRCL HYM 10:30!am—Beneath!the!Cross!of!Jesus!(247!AAHH) WLCM D WRD HPLY PG H PC Koinonia!(579 HH) !!!!!!(Congregants!may!now!enter!the!Sanctuary)! ! ††HYM PR Lift!Every!Voice!and!Sing!(540 HH) PRYR C Leader: Come, all who are tired and weary. God’s strength renews our lives. ll: Holy ne, you know the burdens of our hearts, the exhaustions of our lives, the illnesses that threaten to destroy us. Lift our burdens. Renew our strength. Heal our ills, in body and soul. WRD URC Don’t you know? Haven’t you heard? God’s love is more powerful than death. God’s strength is unending and true. In God’s powerful strength and love, you are renewed and restored to life. Amen. !!!!!!(Congregants!may!now!enter!the!Sanctuary)! CHLDR’ MG 10:30!am—islinn Kopp MRY MUC I!Waited!for!the!Lord!(from!the!Hymn!of!Praise)...Mendelssohn! Adrienne!Neal"Harris,!Soprano!and!Anamer!Castrello,!Mezzo"Soprano CLL PRYR 10:30!am—Just!a!Little!Talk!with!Jesus...Derricks! MRG PRYR Rev. dam Briddell, ssociate Pastor PRYR RP Come!Here!Jesus,!If!You!Please...arr.!Roland!Carter! W HR H WRD CRPUR L ! !!!!!!!saiah 40: 21!31(—Page 668) Liturgist: This is the word of the Lord. People: hanks be to God. ††HYM PRPR Walk!Together!Children!(541!AAHH)! RM “Patient Healing” Rev. Dr. anther M. Mills, enior Pastor W RPD H ! ††HYM V The!Lord!is!My!Light!(160!AAHH) Worshipers are invited to pray at the altar in private or signal to an Intercessory Prayer member to pray with you. Also at this time, you may come down to join Asbury in Christian Fellowship. PR H D RG RRY Just!Anywhere!in!Yo’!Kingdom...Robert!Fryson! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !!Phillip!Collins,!Tenor!Soloist! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ††RRY RP Doxology! Praise God from whom all blessings ow. Praise Him all creatures here below. Praise Him above ye heavenly host. Praise ather, on, and Holy Ghost. men. RRY PRYR CLBR HLY CMMU! ! H GR HKGVG (Please follow insert) ! HRG H BRD D H CUP! ! CMMU HYM ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! Were!You!There?!(254!AAHH)! !!!!!!!!!!Jesus,!Keep!Me!Near!the!Cross!(252!AAHH)! ! ! !!!!!!!!Lead!Me!to!Calvary!(253!AAHH)! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! W CR B H CHURCH H WRLD !!!! ! ††HYM RC Blest!Be!the!Tie!That!Binds!(341!AAHH) BDC PLUD ! ! ! Lift!Every!Voice!and!Sing...J.!Rosamund!Johnson 8:30!am—How!Firm!a!Foundation...Hopson! ! ! !!! !!!!10:30!am—Jesus!Is!All!the!World!to!Me...Thompson he congregation is asked to remain seated for the closing voluntary. WRHP PRCP Celebrant: Bishop Forrest Stith Minister of Music & Liturgical rts: Everett P. Williams, Jr. rganist: Earl Hargrove (8:30 am) Choir Director: Everett P. Williams, Jr. Choir: Wesleyan Choir oloists: Adrienne Neal!Harris, Anamer Castrello & Phillip Collins Children’s Message: Aislinn Kopp (10:30 am) Liturgists: Monica Mzezewa & Stephanie Myers (8:30 am)/Clergy (10:30 am) Ushers: Men & Women Greeters: Benjamin Ginyard, Marva Ginyard & Jeanarta McEachron (8:30 am) Adelle Banks, Kelvin Childs & Monica McEaddy (10:30 am) colytes: Elle Waters & Maxim Waters (8:30 am)/Danielle McEaddy & Bryana Zavala (10:30 am) rustees on Duty: Josephine Baker (8:30 am) /Phillip Collins (10:30 am) Welcome to Asbury United Methodist Church. We are so glad you joined us today for worship! We hope that through word, music, fellowship and prayer you will experience the presence of God today. Please make sure you sign the Attendance Register as it is passed so that we can share with you about what is happening in the life of this church. !"#$%#&' $"!()&'$*+,,-' All ages are welcome Our nursery is available for infants through four-year-olds on Sundays from 10:30 am–12:15 pm. The nursery is located on the third floor of the Education Building in room 2-5. 9:30 am!10:30 am All ages are welcome Nursery and Kindergarten—Room 2!5 Adult School—Room 1!9 Kindergarten!Adults Young Adults—Room 2!3 Youth—Rooms 1!11,9:30am!10:30am 1!12, 2!8 & 2!9 sbury’s Week t!!Glance unday, ebruary 1, 2015 8:30 & 10:30 am—Worship, Sanctuary 8:30 am—Neighbor Bible Study, Library 9:30 am—Co"ee with the Pastors, G!1 9:30 am—Sunday School, 1!11/1!12/2!3/2!8/ 2!9/ Nursery 9:30 am—A Disciple’s Path, 1!9 12:00 pm—Higher Ed Committee Mtg., 1!11/1!12 12:30 pm—Acolytes Meeting, 1!9 6:30 pm—Super Bowl Party, (NY Avenue Presbyterian Church, 1313 New York Ave., NW) Monday, ebruary 2, 2015 7:45 am—Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric Ctr., G !1/1!11/1!12/Old Social Hall 3:00 pm—Deadline: Asburyan Bulletin & Ads 7:00 pm—DC Wado!Ryu Martial Arts, 2!8/2!9 uesday, ebruary 3, 2015 7:45 am—Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric Ctr., G !1/1!11/1!12/Old Social Hall 10:00 am—Covenant Bible Study II (1st UMC of Hyattsville, 6201 Belcrest Rd., MD) 7:00 pm—Covenant Bible Study II, 1!11/1!12 From the Senior Pastor’s Desk February 2015 Word for the Month: “REMEMBER” Scripture of the Month: I was pushed back and about to fall, but the Lord helped me. The Lord is my strength and my defense; he has become my salvation. Psalm 118:13-14 Thought for the Month: Celebrate African American History Month with this annual collection of devotions to increase a sense of knowledge and awareness of African American history, foster pride in that history, and strengthen personal and communal faith, hope, and commitment to a rich heritage and future. Emphasis for the Month: Spiritual Formation Pastor’s Book of the Month: African American History Month by Bishop Woodie White Wednesday, ebruary 4, 2015 7:45 am—Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric Ctr., G !1/1!11/1!12/Old Social Hall 6:45 pm—APAT Auditions, Sanctuary 7:30 pm—Wesley Seminary—PMM 2, 1!9 hursday, ebruary 5, 2015 7:45 am—Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric Ctr., G !1/1!11/1!12/Old Social Hall WO: S WOEN riday, ebruary 6, 2015 W: LEAN OT EX AFFIIN AT 11T " K WEN: AT., E. 21 ~ 8:30 A!1:00 7:45 am—Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric Ctr., G !1/1!11/1!12/Old Social Hall aturday, ebruary 7, 2015 10:00 am—APAT Auditions, 1!11/1!12 10:00 am—Archives & History Interview, 2!3 10:00 am—Handbell Choir Rehearsal, G!13 10:30 am—Food Pantry, Food Pantry Area 11:00 am—Archives & History Meeting, Library 11:00 am—Wesleyan Choir Rehearsal, OSH 11:30 am—Dance Min. Rehearsal, 2!8/2!9 12:00 pm—Brighter Day Min. & Crocheting for Christ Meeting, G!1 12:30 pm—Male Chorus Rehearsal, OSH 2:00 pm—Higher Praise Choir, OSH (OSH = Old Social Hall) WEE: S UNITE METOIST C ~ G1 he 2015 United Methodist Women’s Lenten vent, LOVE THY NEIGHBOR AS THYSELF, will be dedicated to learning about sex tra#cking and nding ways we can make a di$erence in the lives of the young people who are caught up in its web. his event is free and parking will be available. continental breakfast will be served. Please join us. Register in G!1 after each service. ACOLYTE MEETING Sun., Feb. 1 ~ 12:30-1:30 pm ~ Room 1-9 Current and new acolytes and parents or guardians are encouraged to attend this meeting. Do you know of a young person (8 years or older) who is interested in serving the church? Bring them to the meeting too! Light refreshments will be served. Prayer Requests Beginning Sun., Feb. 1, prayer requests may be made on prayer cards located in the pew envelope holders. Place cards in the prayer boxes in the narthex or at the entrance to the prayer chapel. Please don’t place your prayer requests in the collection plate. You may also send prayer requests to [email protected] Weekly prayer partners will be prepared to respond to your requests. Contact Monica McEaddy with questions. 301-655-4979 or [email protected] We are grateful to God for the opportunity to serve you through intercession. !"#$%&'()*$+#),-)./01$%)2&$!"#345#$"3&$66$)-7#&$4-$877$,-)$ /4&$0#92$:)-;(<4/-0$-0$=3(0;>$!"()&;3>?$%:)/7$6$,-)$ Yours in Christ, Barbara & Phillip Collins Prayer Ministry Coordinators @(;3&A$B"34$B3&$CD$!"/0E/01F$$B/4"$&-G#$<3&4$'#/01$ 3&E#;$H-G$$I-(0;)*$J=K?$L#$3)#$&##E/01$%&'()*30&$30;$ H/#0;&$4-$<-G#$30;$45*$-(4M$$%77$31#&$3)#$L#7<-G#M$$C-:#$ K377$^-_*#$B/77/3G&?$%)2/&4/<$^/)#<4-)$34$6T6QRR6Q`OYT$ The choirs of Asbury are engaged in the cleaning up and clearing out of the choir dressing rooms and library. Items that have been left in the rooms and have no relationship to the Music Ministry of the church will be removed and will be available for pick!up today. Unclaimed items will be discarded. L/4"$a(#&4/-0&M$$$ Thank you, 4-$&##$>-($-0$B#;M?$I#'M$N?$OANPQRAST:G$UV30<4W3)*X$-)$V34M?$ I#'M$Y?$ZT3GQZ:G$U[--G&$ZQZZ\ZQZ6XM$$K-G#$:)#:3)#;$4-$)#3;$ H-G$&<)/:4M$$$D0]->$4"#$,W0$L/4"$%+%!F$$B#$0##;$>-(F$ $ Grace Hines, President, Wesleyan Choir Giving Cards We are still accepting your completed Estimate of Giving Cards from Consecration Sunday. You can pick one up from the Narthex or from outside the church office. Please drop them in the offering basket, or mail them to the finance office. Asbury’s ministries are counting on your financial support! ~~ Stewardship Committee 2345678'"9*':;<=5>=55;[email protected]'*[email protected]=A7?>;35'$=7;=B' Reconnecting!and!Reconciling!Its!Historical!Ties!to!Asbury! Part 1: RCL HRY H UD MHD CHURCH Sun.,!February!15!–!12:45"2:00!pm!—!Asbury!Church!!! 926!11th!Street,!NW,!G"1 This three!part series begins with Bishop orrest tith presenting and leading a discussion on the racial history of the United Methodist Church, providing context for Foundry and Asbury's history; the creation of the Washington Conference in 1864; the 1939 merger of the Northern and Southern branches of the Methodist church and the creation of the Central Jurisdiction; and the 1968 merger of the Methodist Church with the Evangelical United Brethren Church and the abolition of the racially segregated Central Jurisdiction. All are invited and refreshments will be provided. RVP to FUMC/AUMC Steering Committee, Carlotta Jones, [email protected], 202!491!2003 or Carol Travis, [email protected] Part 2: YUH DUC CL Sun.,!March!15!–!12:45"1:45!pm!—!Foundry!Church!""!1500!16th!Street,!NW,!Parlor! Video and discussion led by Don Hauprich, District Youth Coordinator of the BWC on early beginning of Foundry and Asbury. Date and location for youth service project to be determined. Please RSVP to Ruth Scarborough, [email protected], 301!505!8288. ()0-&'C,#(' Sunday, February 1 John 13:34-35 Thursday, February 5 Psalm 19:1-6 Monday, February 2 Roman 5:1-5 Friday, February 6 Luke 1:30-37 Tuesday, February 3 Matthew 5:13-16 Saturday, February 7 Psalm 18:1-6 Wednesday, February 4 Mark 9:14-29 +,"$%.%%/0!1' !" There is an elevator in the Education Building that accesses all levels of the church—the sanctuary, the fellowship hall, and all the Sunday School rooms. !" Free parking is available Sundays in the garage adjacent to our 11th Street entrance. You may pick up a parking pass from the 11th Street reception desk. !" Restrooms are on the lower level on either side of the narthex. There is also a family restroom on the main level in the Education Building. sbury United Methodist Church! Rev. Dr. Ianther M. Mills, Senior Pastor Rev. Adam Briddell, Associate Pastor Bishop Forrest Stith, Retired Bishop in Residence Mr. Robert Mallett and Ms. Rene Carter, Lay Leaders Rev. Dr. Joseph Daniels, Jr., District Superintendent Bishop Marcus Matthews, Baltimore!Washington Annual Conference Visit asburyumcdc.org for information about our ministries. Find us on Facebook and Twitter. 926 11th t., W, Washington, DC 20001 202!628!0009 (o#ce) and 202!783!0519 (fax) [email protected] Monday!riday ~ 9:30 am!5:00 pm SACRAMENT OF THE LORD’S SUPPER THE GREAT THANKSGIVING Celebrant: The Lord be with you. People: And with Thy Spirit. Celebrant: Let us pray It is right, and good and joyful prayers, always and everywhere to give thanks for the beginning of all things, O Creator God You made the earth round, rich and fertile; the mother of all life, the seedbed of all growth, You bent low and gently gathered up a handful of clay and shaped it “into your own image”, wonderfully and intricately blew into it, until is became the Human soul. SANCTUS HOLY,HOLY, HOLY LORD GOD OF POWER AND MIGHT, BLESSED IS HE WHO COMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD. HOSANNA IN THE HIGHEST. AMEN. When human cruelty reared its ugly head, you sustained your people and made it possible for us to survive the middle passage, auction blocks, whipping posts, and forced labor. You softened the hearts of many who worked in secret on our behalf. You lifted our heads with the message that God sides with the oppressed, and delivers the captives. You strengthened our hands to struggle for justice and freedom. And so with your people on earth: Moses and Miriam, Lydia and Paul, John Wesley and Francis Asbury, Harry Hosier and Aunt Betty, Harriet Tubman and Frederick Douglas, Charles Tindley and Mary McLeod Bethune Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks. All, who amidst great travail, stayed the course, kept the faith and became the yeast of which we rise and prosper. Even their descendants, like we, at Asbury, formed in your image, carrying the stars in our eyes, the moon in our heart, and the cosmos in every breath, we your people join their unending hymn: SANCTUS HOLY, HOLY, HOLY LORD GOD OF POWER AND MIGHT, BLESSED IS HE WHO COMES IN THE NAME OF THE LORD.HOSANNA IN THE HIGHIEST. AMEN. You touched us with goodness and beauty. Yet we resisted your touch and attempted to shape ourselves. So we have become encompassed by greed, blinded by injustice, broken with grief. But again, and again, you send your Spirit, to renew us and your earth, to gather our brokenness and despair into new hope and turn us into an ALLELUIA. Loving God, in the fullness of time, you sent us salvation. You gave us Jesus, who dared to feed the hungry and welcome the outcasts, who healed the sick and challenged the privileged, who announced that a new reign of love had begun. He promised to send the Spirit, told us we would never be alone, and continues to say, “Peace be with you.” On the night he gathered his friends together, he took bread, the stuﬀ of life, the blessing of the Son, gave thanks, broke the bread, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body , broken and given for you. He also took the cup, the fruit of the earth, the blessing of the rain, and said “Drink from this, all of you, for this announces my new covenant.” CHRIST HAS DIED, CHRIST HAS RISEN, CHRIST WILL COME AGAIN And now in conﬁdence, that we are the children of God, we share his sacred prayer, Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, thy will be done, on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive those who trespass against us. Then lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil, for thine is the kingdom and the power and the glory, forever, Amen. THE CONSECRATION AND DISTRIBUTION OF THE ELEMENTS PRAYER OF THANKSGIVING Eternal God, we give you thanks for this holy mystery in which you have given yourself to us, those who went before us, and those who will follow us. Grant that we may go into this world in the name of Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Written By Bishop Forrest Stith Sun 1 FEBURARY 2015 Mon 2 9:30 am (1-9) A Disciple’s Path 12:00 pm (1-11/1-12) Higher Ed Committee Meeting 12:30 pm (1-9) Acolytes Meeting 6:30 pm (NY Ave. Presbyterian Church, 1313 New York Ave., NW) Super Bowl Party Tue Wed 3 4 10:00 am (1st UMC of Hyattsville, 6201 Belcrest Rd., MD) Covenant Bible Study II 7:00 pm (1-11/1-12) Covenant Bible Study II 10:00 am (Sanctuary & G-1) Dorothy Rush’s Wake, Funeral and Repast 6:45pm (Sanctuary) APAT Auditions 7:30 pm (1-9) Wesley Seminary—PMM 2 Thu 5 Fri 6 Sat 7 10:00 am (1-11/1-12) APAT Auditions 10:00 am (2-3) Archives & History Interview 11:30 am (2-8/2-9) Dance Ministry Rehearsal 9 10 11 9:30 am (1-9) A Disciple’s Path 6:00 pm (G-1) DC Stop Modern Slavery 10:00 am (1st UMC of Hyattsville, 6201 Belcrest Rd., MD) Covenant Bible Study II 7:00 pm (1-11/1-12) Covenant Bible Study II 7:00 pm (G-1) #Stop Human Trafficking 6:45 pm (Sanctuary) APAT Auditions 6:45 pm (2-8) Staff Pastor Relations Meeting 7:00 pm (G-1) Wesley Sem.— Spiritual Formation 2 7:30 pm (1-9) Wesley Seminary—PMM 1 17 18 19 20 21 10:00 am (1st UMC of Hyattsville, 6201 Belcrest Rd., MD) Covenant Bible Study II 6:45 pm (Asbury Dwellings, 1616 Marion St., NW) Asbury Credit Union Board Meeting 6:45 pm (1-9) Medical Mobile Unit Meeting 7:00 pm (1-11/1-12) Covenant Bible Study II 8:00 am (Metro Center) Ash Wednesday Service 12:00 pm (Sanctuary) Ash Wednesday Service 7:30 pm (Sanctuary) Ash Wednesday Service 7:30 pm (1-9) Wesley Seminary—PMM 2 6:45 pm (Sanctuary) APAT Rehearsal 7:00 pm (G-1) Greater Washington District —Middle School Youth Night Out 8:00 am (G-1) UMW Annual Lenten Event 11:00 am (Sanctuary) APAT Rehearsal 11:30 am (Sanctuary) Dance Ministry Rehearsal 26 27 28 12:00 pm (Chapel) Neighbor-to-Neighbor Debriefing 11:00 am (Sanctuary) APAT Rehearsal 11:30 am (1-11/1-12) Dance Ministry Rehearsal 1:00 pm (Sanctuary) Altar Guild 1:00 pm (1-11/1-12) APAT Rehearsal 15 9:30 am (1-9) A Disciple’s Path 12:45 pm (G-1) Racial History of UMC 16 BUILDING CLOSED FEDERAL HOLIDAY 22 23 24 25 12:00 pm (Sanctuary) Lent Meditations 6:00 pm (G-1) DC Stop Modern Slavery 6:45 pm (Sanctuary) APAT Rehearsal 10:00 am (1st UMC of Hyattsville, 6201 Belcrest Rd., MD) Covenant Bible Study II 7:00 pm (1-11/1-12) Covenant Bible Study II 7:00 pm (G-1) District Racial Justice Gathering 6:30 pm (2-8/2-9) Church Council Meeting 6:45 pm (1-11/1-12) APAT Rehearsal 7:30 pm (1-9) Wesley Seminary—PMM 1 12 6:30 pm (1-8) 13 14 8 Trustee Board Meeting 10:00 am (G-1) APAT Auditions 11:30 am (Sanctuary) Dance Ministry Rehearsal Reoccurring Events in February SUNDAY SCHOOL SUNDAY WORSHIP 8:30 am & 10:30 am (Sanctuary) 8:30 am Neighbor Bible Study (Library) R-G&H)9 W--JH* EL-'#" MONDAY 7:45 am Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric (G-1, OSH, 1-11 & 1-12) 3:00 pm Deadline: Asburyan Bulletin and Ads 7:00 pm DC Wado-Ryu Martial Arts Club (2-8 & 2-9) 2'( S&'()*—F-.. 8 8:30 am (G‐1) Coﬀee with Pastors 7:45 am Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric (G-1, OSH, 1-11 & 1-12) WEDNESDAY 7:45 am Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric (G-1, OSH, 1-11 & 1-12) THURSDAY FRIDAY 7:45 am Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric (G-1, OSH, 1-11 & 1-12) SATURDAY 10:00 am 10:30 am 11:00 am 12:30 pm 2:00 pm Asbury Handbell Choir Rehearsal (G-13) Food Pantry (Food Pantry Area) Wesleyan Choir Rehearsal (Old Social Hall) Male Chorus Rehearsal (Old Social Hall) Higher Praise Choir Rehearsal (Old Social Hall) 9:00 am Infants/Kindergarten (2-5) 1"# S&'()*—F-.. 1 TUESDAY 7:45 am Downtown Cluster’s Geriatric (G-1, OSH, 1-11 & 1-12) 9:00 am Adults (1-9) 9:30 am Young Adults (2-3) 39( S&'()*—F-.. 15 8:30 am (G‐1) Coﬀee with Pastors 12:30 pm (2‐8 & 2‐9) M.A.R.C. Mee5ng 1:00 pm (1‐11 & 1‐12) Higher Ed. & Campus Min. 8:30 am (G‐1) Coﬀee with Pastors 12:00 pm (1‐11) UMW Jochebed Group Mee5ng 12:00 pm (1‐9) UMW Lydia Group Mee5ng 12:00 pm (2‐8) UMW Susanna Group Mee5ng 1"# S)#&9()*—F-.. 7 2'( S)#&9()*—F-.. 14 9:00 am (2‐8 & 2‐9) Prayer Ministry 10:00 am (1‐11 & 1‐12) UMW Mission Team Mee5ng 11:00 am (Library) Archives & History Mee5ng 12:00 pm (G‐1) Brighter Day Ministry & Croche5ng for Christ LENT/HOLY WEEK WORSHIP SERVICES 9:45 am Youth (1-11, 1-12, 2-8, 2-9) 4#M S&'()*—F-.. 22 39( S)#&9()*—F-.. 21 10:00 am (1‐9) UMW Esther Group Mee5ng 11:00 am (1‐11 & 1‐12) UMW Ruth Mee5ng 4#M S)#&9()*—F-.. 28 Ash Wednesday — February 18, 12:00 pm & 7:30 pm Lenten Meditations — Mondays starting February 23-March 30 at 12:00 pm Palm Sunday — March 29, 8:30 am & 10:30 am Maundy Thursday Drama (Judas: What Was He Thinking) — April 2, 7:30 pm Good Friday (Seven Last Words) — April 3, 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm Easter — April 5, 6:30 am, 8:30 am & 10:30 am 9:30 am (G‐1) Neighbor‐to‐Neighbor Breakfast 9:45 am (Old Social Hall) Mission Team Undergarment & Toiletry Distribu5on 12:30 pm (G‐1) UMM Mee5ng 1:00 pm (2‐8 & 2‐9) UMW Group Rizpah If you find that the front office has placed your scheduled meeting time and or date incorrectly on the calendar or have not placed your event/meeting on the calendar please send us an email ([email protected]) or drop a note in the office and we will correct it. Thank you.
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