A PLACE TO CALL HOME
The scriptures of the Easter Season speak time and again of the family of God, of loving one another as brothers and sisters, children of God. In the weeks following Easter, we will be exploring what it means to have “a place to call home” in our spiritual lives.
4/8/18 All Are Welcome
4/15/18 You’re Family
4/22/18 A Place at the Table – Lynne Lamarre preaching
4/29/18 Always Room for One More
5/6/18 Residing in Love – Dan Genannt preaching
5/13/18 Always Blessing, Always Blessed
5/20/18 What’s Mine is Yours
Join us April 24th for our third book club meeting! We will be reading The Anatomy of Peace by the Arbinger Institute, a New York Times best seller recommended by the Bishop. Refreshments, prayer and discussion are on the agenda. All are welcome!
Tuesday, April 24 6-8 pm at Wesley UMC
Palm Sunday Worship
March 25 at 10 am
Holy Thursday Worship
March 29 at 7 pm
Easter Sunday Worship
April 1 at 10 am
Bunny Breakfast & Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday, March 31
7:30 – 10 am
Adults $4 Children $3 Family Cap $15
Join us for a breakfast of eggs, pancakes, bacon, fruit and beverages.
Easter Egg Hunt at 9 am, rain or shine
All proceeds benefit missions/community outreach activities of the church.
Do you love to read? Does discussing books interest you? Join us the last Tuesday of every month for book club! Book club is a great way to meet members in the church community! Prayer, book discussion, and refreshments will fill our meetings with a powerful chance to bond over literature and relate key themes back to our own lives! All book choices are
available on Amazon, at Target, or your local library! Please contact Emma with any questions.
Tuesday, March 27th 6pm-8pm
The Story of Arthur Truluv by Elizabeth Berg
Electrical power has been restored at the church (the Holy Spirit power was always there). There will be worship at 10:00 am Sunday morning.
Book club is here! Pick up a copy of Beartown by Fredrick Blackman and join us on Tuesday, February 27 from 6-8 pm at the church for a book discussion, prayer and refreshments. Available on Amazon, Target or your local library, Beartown tells the story of the struggles one town faces and the actions they take to conquer them.