Wednesday Soup Suppers
February 21, 28 and March 6, 13, 20
You’re invited for soup and conversation on the Wednesdays in Lent (Feb 21, 28, March 6, 13 and 20). Soup will be provided by a different WPC group each week.
Christian Formation Class:
Palm Sunday: March 24 @ 10am
Maundy Thursday: March 28 @ 7pm
Good Friday: March 29 @ 7pm
Come and remember the last days of Jesus through scripture, music, and sacrament during this most holy week.
Find out more about our Holy Week worship here.
March 31 @ 10am
Celebrate the Resurrection of Jesus with a festival worship service
"Easter" comes from an old English word related to dawn and shining. At Easter we stand in the light of the resurrection to see a new creation, transformed by the grace and glory of God. The Resurrection of the Lord is the center of the Christian year, and the good news we proclaim on this day is at the very heart of the gospel.
How Has God Been Revealed to You?
Transfiguration Sunday Testimonies
"Remember, our Message is not about ourselves; we’re proclaiming Jesus Christ. All we are is messengers, errand runners from Jesus for you. It started when God said, 'Light up the darkness!' and our lives filled up with light as we saw and understood God in the face of Christ, all bright and beautiful." (2 Corinthians 4:5-6, The Message)
For Transfiguration Sunday, three WPC members reflected on how God has been revealed in their lives. Click on the videos to hear inspiring messages from Bob Crowe, Ben Lewis, and Marj Steiner.
Watch the entire worship here.
Women's Bible Study
Saturdays @ 10am (beginning on January 13)
Conference Room A
In this nine-lesson study, P. Lynn Miller revives lament as a proper theological response to the difficult situations of our world. One of the foundational points of the study is that, in scripture, lament usually leads to hope. After crying out to God, the one who laments remembers God. And while that doesn’t fix things in the moment—the injustice, the loss still exists—the lamenter is strengthened to face the world and to hope. And for us as Christians, hope is not just an emotional response or an attitude of pie in the sky. Hope implies movement: both God’s inherent movement toward justice and our movement toward God. Recovering lament may be one of the church’s most timely gifts to the world.
Contact Nancy Holly for more information.