Palm Sunday – Mar. 20th


There will be No Sunday School classes on March 20th, as it’s a time we gather together as a faith community to begin our celebration of Holy Week. This begins with a processional from Washington Park to the church at 10:30 AM.

Please arrive a few minutes early to pick-up a palm branch at the front of the sanctuary and walk across the street to Washington Park where we will meet-up as a congregation. Once we’ve begun, we will make a jubilant procession to the church in remembrance of Jesus triumphant entry into Jerusalem. The celebration continues inside the sanctuary with Family Eucharist and a Passion Reading from the Gospel of Luke with adult and children participation.

We also have a Lenten Project and Social Family Gathering planned after mid-morning worship service. Please join us!

Child Care this Sunday will be held in the back of the Church in the Narthex or outer gallery immediately to the left when enter through the big red doors.


See Directions and Campus Map.


The Readings for Palm Sunday are as follows: Liturgy of the Psalms 118:1-2,19-29, Liturgy of Word 31:9-16, The First Lesson is Isaiah 50:4-9a, The Second Lesson is Philippians 2:5-11 and the Gospel is Luke 19:28-40, Luke 22:14-23:56, or Luke 23:1-49.


Children’s Service Project (Saturday, March 26th @ 10 AM – Noon): We will build Easter Blessing Baskets for distribution to parishioners.

Easter Vigil (Saturday Evening, March 26th @ 6:40 PM): The children will present the Story of Creation. Join us for a fun and enjoyable evening kicked off with the lighting of the Easter Fire, storytelling and smores!

Reminder to parents: Be sure to bring your bells to the Easter Vigil to welcome its arrival!

Easter Service (9 AM) & Easter Egg Hunt (Sunday, March 27th): Gather with friends and family for a special worship service at 9:00 am followed by the annual Easter Egg Hunt. PARENTS: have your children bring their Easter Baskets to hold everything gathered!


Did you know? On March 27, 1513, the Spanish explorer Ponce de Leon discovered Florida as he searched for the Fountain of Youth. He named the land Florida because he made his discovery on Easter Sunday (the same date 3/27 as this year) and the Easter Season in Spain was called Pascua Florida (Flowery Easter).


If you have any questions or are interested in volunteering, please Contact Sue.

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