We began Holy Week by walking together as a youth group through the ministry of Jesus from the perspective of one of my favorite biblical characters: Peter. I find Peter to be one of the most relate-able figures in the New Testament, so to visualize Christ’s life and death through his eyes was really powerful.
During this last week of Lent our anticipation as a Church builds for the celebration of Easter. Though the services we participate in are dark and sober, even at the foot of the cross we relish the hope of the resurrection. I encourage everyone to attend as a family one or more of our Holy Week services (see schedule below).
NO Small Group tonight!
6pm-Maundy Thursday service in the Sanctuary (phyouth will be serving communion and helping with the hand-washing stations). 7th/8th grade girls: This will replace our Wednesday night meeting this week–Meet Jennie and Jay in the Parlor at 5pm. All ages: if you would like to participate in the service please email Jennie @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
12pm and 6pm-Holy Friday service in the Sanctuary. Come and experience as a community the Stations of the Cross.
10:00am – Allsopp Park Pavilion for the PHUMC Easter egg hunt! We need youth helpers to paint faces and play with the kids!!!! The hunt will begin at 11am and all activities events will be over by noon. If you are helping with the hunt or would like to, email email@example.com for details!
7am-Easter Sunrise Service at the River front downtown
8:30, 9:45, 11am– Sunday Services in the Sanctuary and New Heights
NO YOUTH SUNDAY NIGHT! Spend the time together as a family!
Jennie and Jay