Word for the Workweek
Of all the days in a year, which one day is the most special? Is it Easter or Christmas? Or maybe Thanksgiving or New Years? Some of the more patriotic folks acclaim that Independence Day is the most special and they relate both their national and spiritual freedoms to that holiday.
In early April 1965, my most sacred day was not Easter. It was the Tuesday before, when I walked forward at a revival service where my dad was preaching and gave my heart to Jesus. So, for me, Easter Sunday is the second most sacred day on the church calendar, second only to the day that I received Jesus as my personal Savior.
This Sunday is Easter Sunday. The most important day on any church calendar. So, why do so many of us shorten our routine with Jesus on this most special day, to spend more time with our families? Sometimes at the expense of even attending church?
Would you humor me for just a moment by reading every remaining word of this letter? It may contain announcements you have heard, but there could be something hidden between the announcements that you need to know or be prayerful of. We have special events all weekend long and I hope you will consider celebrating with us.
Maundy Thursday service - April 1 at 6:30 p.m. -Choir Practice to follow at 7:30 p.m.
Easter Egg Hunt - Saturday, April 3 at 3:00 p.m. (Ages 3-14)
Easter Sunday Services - Sunrise Service at 6:00 a.m. Breakfast to follow at 6:45 a.m.
Easter Worship at 10:30 a.m. Invite someone!
We plan to have overflow seating in the original sanctuary! There should be plenty of room for everyone!
We plan to have overflow parking. Our parking greeters may have some of you park next door and shuttle you back to save parking room for guests!
As our state reopens, this could be a turning point in our ministry. Pray for souls to be saved this coming week and month!
Please come! And bring someone with you!
To God Be the Glory!