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23 Mar 2015

This Sunday (3/29): Holy Week Begins

Posted by David Lewicki in Devotionals 2014. | Leave a comment |

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Holy Week Worship Schedule

Sunday, March 29, 8:30 & 11am: Palm Sunday; Join a procession of palms into worship. Hosanna!

Sunday, March 29, 3:00pm. Concert. The Balcony Choir and Children’s Choir will perform the Requiem by Maurice Duruflé in the sanctuary. This is a free event open to all.

Thursday, April 2, 6-7:30pm. Maundy Thursday worship. Maundy Thursday is an immersive worship experience that follows the last 24 hours of Jesus’ life. At 6pm we gather at tables in the Fellowship Hall for dinner, share communion, and wash one another’s feet. We then follow Jesus to his arrest, trial, and execution through story, music, and prayer, in a in a sanctuary filled with light and gathering shadow. All are welcome, including visitors and guests. Please RSVP on our Facebook page for this event. https://www.facebook.com/events/669171436541763/

Friday, April 3, 10:45am: Stations of the Cross at North Decatur United Methodist Church; procession to NDPC;

Noon: Good Friday Worship, NDPC Sanctuary

Sunday, April 5, 8:30 & 11am: Easter Sunday; Celebration of the Resurrection.  Rev. Lewicki preaching.

9:30am. Family-friendly, intergenerational celebration in the fellowship hall. Share in the joy of the Easter morning.

 

 

 

18 Mar 2015

This Sunday (3/22): Death

Posted by David Lewicki in Devotionals 2014. | Leave a comment |

wheat at sunsetSunday (3/22) is the fifth Sunday in the season of Lent. The season of Lent can be intimidating to some, alienating to others, and entirely too-familiar for a few. Perhaps it helps all of us to see Lent like this: a season to grow with God. Use the 40 days as a gift to invest in a relationship with God.

Worship services begin at 8:30 and 11am. Rev. Lewicki is preaching a series of Lenten sermons on the places where God appears. This Sunday we look at how God is present in death. Holy Communion is celebrated at 8:30am.

Christian Education for all ages begins at 9:30am. We offer several thoughtful Adult education classes, as well as classes for youth and children of all ages. Our staffed nursery is open all morning for our babies.

First-time visitors are honored guests. All are welcome!

12 Mar 2015

This Sunday (3/15): Unexpected Gifts

Posted by David Lewicki in Lent, This Week, Worship. | Leave a comment |

unexpected Sunday (3/15) is the fourth Sunday in the season of Lent. The season of Lent can be intimidating to some, alienating to others, and entirely too-familiar for a few. Perhaps it helps all of us to see Lent like this: a season to grow with God. Use the 40 days as a gift to invest in a relationship with God.

Worship services begin at 8:30 and 11am. Rev. Lewicki is preaching a series of Lenten sermons on the places where God appears. This Sunday we look at God in unexpected gifts. Holy Communion is celebrated at 8:30am.

Christian Education for all ages begins at 9:30am. We offer several thoughtful Adult education classes, as well as classes for youth and children of all ages. Our staffed nursery is open all morning for our babies.

First-time visitors are honored guests. All are welcome!

  • Sunday Schedule & Where to Find Us

    SUNDAY SCHEDULE
    8:30 AM - Early Worship (begins 9/14)
    9:30 AM - Sunday School for all ages
    10:30 AM - Coffee & Friendship
    11 AM - Worship
    Nursery care all morning. Childcare during worship for children 1st grade and younger.

    611 Medlock Road
    Decatur, Georgia 30033
    (corner of N. Decatur Rd. & Scott Blvd.)
    404.636.1429
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