As we journey through Lent, a good way to start your day every Wednesday is to attend the Lenten Prayer breakfasts at 6:45 am. Worship service starts at 7:00 and will be finished by 7:30 so that you can go to work. This year’s theme is Cross Culture.
THANK YOU!! THANK YOU!!! SOUPER BOWL OF CARING took in $400. This will be divided between Center of Concern and Community Lunch.
MARCH 25 – PALM SUNDAY – CHILDREN’S CHOIRS (3 yrs-K and 1st-7th) plus ORFF SING/RING AT WORSHIP
APRIL 1 – EASTER – NO SUNDAY SCHOOL
CE – MARCH 12, 7:00 pm
BOX TOPS FOR EDUCATION
to benefit Geneva Head Start
LOOK FOR THE BASKET
2 CENTS – A – MEAL
We will collect 2 cents offerings on MAR. 4
You can make a difference in the lives of hungry people!!!
THANK YOU!! for all the well wishes, cards and prayers during my illness. Slowly I am getting better. Kathy
Meets from 9:15-10:15 on Sunday mornings in the South Parlor
Please join us in conversations in which we explore our faith, expand our understanding and learn about opportunities for action.
Lenten series: Reformed and Ever Reforming—Luther and Beyond
We will emphasize the social and political context of the Reformation, the dangers of standing up for one’s position and the necessity of doing so nonetheless.
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Dear Church Family,
Attached is the first monthly issue of the Presbytery of Geneva Prayer Directory for 2018. It covers five congregations in our presbytery and will be followed each month with a new issue covering another group of our churches. It comes with my prayer that it may be an instrument for our getting to know one another better and growing closer as sisters and brothers.
Recently, I have joined the ranks of crossword enthusiasts or “cruciverbalist”. (Cruci is Latin for Cross and Verbum means word.) Since I canceled cable TV, my brain needs an alternative to game shows like Jeopardy. The morning mental exercise consists of accessing words in the dusty recesses of my mind’s filing cabinet. I may mutter a few cross words to myself as the computer puzzle stumps me. Thankfully, the program I use gives me hints and fills in the blanks. It’s my saving grace.
|Mar. 4||3rd Sunday in Lent||“Zeal for God’s _______”|