2019 Lent & Easter

Join us for 2019 Lent and Easter activities and services for all ages.

  • March 6: Ash Wednesday Service, 7:30 pm in the sanctuary, worship and communion.
  • April 14: Palm Sunday Service, 10:00 am in the sanctuary, palm branches, songs, children's processional.
  • April 18:  Maundy Thursday, 6:30 pm in the chapel, Dinner Church – eat, pray, sing. RSVP
  • April 19: Good Friday Service of Communion and Tenebrae, 7:30 pm in the sanctuary.
  • April 20: Easter Egg Hunt, 10:30 am - 12:30 pm at St. Pauls, egg hunt in the sanctuary, pictures with the easter bunny in the gym, crafts.
  • April 21: Easter Sunday Services, 9:00 am and 11:00 am in the sanctuary with communion, choir, organ and brass.

Lenten Short Circles

Also join us for Lenten Short Circle Groups beginning the week of March 10. To sign up for a group, go to our Short Circle sign up found HERE, or sign up on the board in the social hall.

Lenten Series: Caring for the Planet

 Each Sunday we affirm that God calls us to “care for creation,” and the climate envelopes all of God’s good world. Over four the Sundays of March 10, 17, 24, and 31, this Adult Faith Formation/Public Issues Lenten Series will look at different aspects of climate change along with theological readings on why this is so important for Christians. Led by Joe Womack, M.B.A., J.D., a trained leader in the Climate Reality Project, and Pastor Jeff. Topics will include:

  • Should We Change, Can We Change, and Will We Change?

  • Local Impact on the Midwest, Chicago and Great Lakes

  • 100 Ways to Reduce or Stop Global Warming

  • What We Can Do - As Individuals and Groups

Meets 11:30-12:30 in the Oscar Mayer Room. RSVP: jcarlson@spucc.org for weekly readings.


 

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