In light of the fact that the Coronavirus epidemic shows no signs of abating, we will continue to
our Sunday worship services as long as the current emergency persists. This means that we will be observing Palm Sunday, Maundy Thursday and Easter Sunday in very nontraditional ways.
While we are all learning new ways to connect and worship digitally together, and we want to reach out to you personally to help answer any questions you may have about connecting to our worship service. If you are uncertain about connecting to our
worship service, our greeters would love to help you get it set up so that you can join us on Sunday morning. Please contact the church office, and we will be happy to help.
Also watch for future communications regarding special activities aimed at helping you with your personal and family worship practices during these holy days. We plan to hold a traditional, celebratory Easter worship service later in the year when it is safe for us to gather to do so.
As we continue to
we will strive to elevate the connection, meaning and inspiration through each worship experience. This Sunday you will have the opportunity to click on links of the hymns to sing along in the worship service. Another option to join in singing the hymns is to contact the church office if you would like a hymnal set aside for you to pick up during office hours.
Remember that you may also request the worship bulletin via email by contacting the church office.
Since the Maundy Thursday worship service will be
, we will no longer be taking reservations for dinner at the Knolls.
Similarly, we will no longer be taking orders for Easter Lilies. We encourage you to give instead to the other traditional pre-Easter offering which is the Special Music Fund. Gifts to the Special Music Fund may be mailed to the church office or made by clicking