March 2014

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10:00 am – 11:00 am
All parents and guardians welcome as we discuss techniques for parenting God’s children in today’s world. Using two books The Blessing of a Skinned Knee and Home Grown by Wendy Mogel, we w…
10:00 am – 10:45 am
Mark’s gospel is the first to present what he calls the Good News to a world that has had only an oral tradition. What is the main thrust of his portrait of this man from Nazareth?
10:00 am – 10:45 am
A time for prayer, Scripture reading, and singing. Led by Rev. Gregory Johnson. Meets every Sunday in the New Chapel on the Concourse Level.
10:30 am – 02:45 pm
For more information and to sign up for an upcoming class, please come to the Deacons' Pew (to right of the Chancel) after Sunday Worship (look for the Membership team wearing red carnatio…
11:00 am – 12:15 pm
Friendly Pharisees (Luke 13:31-35), is Dr. Michael B. Brown's message today. Part of the Journeying with Jesus Sermon Series (March 9-April 13). Third Sunday in Lent.
12:00 pm – 02:00 pm
Help give the homeless their dignity and pride. New undergarments are needed for homeless men and women. This year's drive ends on Easter Sunday, April 20. For more information call Tom…
12:15 pm – 01:15 pm
All are invited for this time of fellowship and good food! In the Marble Loft (274 5th Ave). $12. Coffee Hour is in the Labyrinth Room today. Sunday, March 23 Menu: • Baby Arugula Sa…
12:15 pm – 01:15 pm
All are invited to meet Stephen Powell, Executive Director of Mentoring USA and a White House "Champion of Change." Hear about the transformational work his organization is offering unders…
01:15 pm – 02:15 pm
The words of a literary icon help us reflect on our spiritual lives. Led by Rev Travis Winckler. Text: “Why do Men Stupefy Themselves?” by Leo Tolstoy in Spiritual Classics. Copies of o…
01:30 pm – 03:30 pm
A World Worth Saving - For anyone who dismisses Lent as a seemingly endless time of self-sacrifice and introspection, this 6-week study for Lent offers a breath of fresh air. It connects p…