Palm Sunday, April 14, 11:00 am
Maundy Thursday Service, April 18, 7:00 pm
Easter Sunday, April 21, 11:00 am
Every Monday morning in the Gathering Place there will be time with Pastor Mike.
Each week, from 10:00 to 11:00, we will have an open discussion of the previous day’s sermon. There will be opportunity for questions, follow-up, and open conversation about whatever was preached the day before. Then, we will turn our collective attention to the scripture text for the coming Sunday, a preview of the sermon Mike is working on. There will also be time for general discussion of your topics of interest.
Too often, we give the task of theological thinking, scriptural reflection, and sermonizing to “paid professionals” when this is really the work of ALL of us in the body of Christ. We hope to see you there!
Kriya Yoga Class: ancient practices uniting individual with Spirit. … held Every Sunday mornings in our church library from 11am – Noon. Kriya yoga is for people devoted to personal, spiritual and psychological growth. Join with others in learning and practicing such life style changes as daily meditation and prayer, positive thoughts, good health, study of scripture and Journaling. All our Welcome!
Facilitated by Mary Ann Favin &/or Marci Woodruff who has been practicing Kriya for over 40 years and is a member of the Center of Spiritual Awareness.
A LETTER FROM THE PEOPLE AT SOJOURNERS:
Since December’s tragedy in Newtown, more than 3,200 people have been killed by guns in the United States.  This senseless violence needs to end.
Galvanized by the horror of Newtown, people of faith have urged Congress to pass meaningful legislation to reduce gun violence. We have written letters, signed petitions, and held events.
But Congress refuses to act, even as the number of gun deaths continues to rise. To make sure Congress hears our voice, Sojourners is joining with PICO Network (People Improving Community through Organizing) to host an interfaith prayer vigil in Washington, DC, this Thursday, April 11th at 11:30 a.m.
We’ll join hands in prayer on the National Mall surrounded by more than 3,200 wooden crosses and other religious symbols to commemorate those who have died since the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. All last week, Sojourners staff and volunteers have been building crosses and preparing for Thursday’s witness.
Here’s how you can get involved with our vigil to end gun violence:
 “How Many People Have Been Killed by Guns Since Newtown?” Slate partners with @GunDeaths for an interactive, crowdsourced tally of the toll firearms have taken since Dec. 14. [This interactive graphic shows deaths nationally by location, date, and gender and when known, gives their name.]
It’s time to ask what it would look like if we could practice the common good in the massive debates that are now dividing our country: economic fairness and social trust; the purpose rather than the size of government; the moral path to fiscal sustainability, ethics for globalization; coming together to holistically prevent gun violence; conflict resolution over endless wars; and countless others.