Please join us as we continue the Series ‘Fasting and Feasting’ with a focus on ‘Fast from Scarcity; Feast on Overflow’ (John 12:1-11).
Lent (40 days leading up to the death and resurrection of Jesus) is known for being pretty solemn. We may think of giving up chocolate or alcohol, or anything else we love. It’s a symbolic ritual, but does it lead us to CONNECT to the life and sacrifice of Jesus? Does it help us CONNECT to our own lives, our attachments and addictions? Maybe. Maybe not. In this series, we’ll explore both things to let go of and things to grab onto. We’ll explore what God really cares about, and what perhaps doesn’t matter. Ultimately we’ll invite you to walk closer to the cross, to be curious about what is gained when things are taken away, and what is taken away when you have gained a seat at the Feast!
Communion – You will have an opportunity to come together around the table to share communion…the table is open to all!
Camp Roots – Children’s ministry ‘Camp Roots’ is offered upstairs during the worship service after the worship singing for two age groups…First Look – Age 3-K and 252 Basic – Gr. 1-6. Questions? Contact Melissa Jede at firstname.lastname@example.org or 204-324-6821.
Nursery – Children are welcome to use the upstairs Nursery if accompanied by an adult.
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