Greetings in Jesus’ name, The first Sunday in April not only marks the first of the month but it also marks the beginning of Holy Week. Holy Week is a very interesting time in the life of the church, and the faithful. We start the week with the excitement of Palm Sunday and Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. Our excitement is quickly dashed as we enter the somberness of the Last Supper and His arrest on Maundy Thursday. We then experience the defeat of Good Friday and the crucifixion. Our defeat is then removed as we celebrate the empty tomb and the Easter freedom. This week carries with it a lot of emotion, and/or passion. In fact Jesus’ suffering is also known as Christ’s Passion, or the Passion of the Christ. Many say his suffering was his passion for us, “that he died for us.” Author Robin Myers, in his book Saving Jesus from the Church, gives us a different insight to what Jesus’ passion really may have been. Myers says, “We are accustomed to hearing the death of Jesus and events leading up to it as his “passion,” and we assume this refers only to suffering. But it is more accurate to say that his passion had to do with the revelation of God that consumed him. Justice was his passion. Healing was his passion. Gathering up the last, the least, and the lost and helping them stand up straight in a world that kept them permanently bent over was his passion.” After reading this I had to think, “if this was Jesus’ passion then shouldn’t it be mine?!” As we enter Holy Week and then celebrate the gift of Easter, let’s remember and be faithful to Jesus’ passion and think about what our passion will be in the light of Jesus’ life and Easter. Let’s be passionate,
Pastor ........................................ Andy Gans Visitation Pastor (Ret.) ............ Tom McNeil Executive Assistant ................... Chris Muramatsu Nursery Attendant .................... Tammy Keeslar Proofreaders.............................. Susan M. Jensen and John Stewart
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ADMINISTRATION AND FINANCE
Fort King Presbyterian Church Financials Effective 2/29/12
Monthly Budget Actual Feb 2012 Delta Budget - Actual Budget Year-To-Date Actual Delta Jan –Feb Budget 2012 Actual 2011 Jan Actual Delta 2012 YTD -2011YTD
Income Estimate of Giving Mortgage Reduction Other Income Total Income Total Expense Net Surplus/ Deficit Endowment 22,297 0 0 22,297 21,641 656 20,131 125 575 -2,166 125 575 44,594 0 0 44,594 42,282 1,312 59,938 325 12,252 72,515 40,958 31,557 15,344 325 12,252 27,920 (2,325) 30,245 54,824 1,385 16 56,225 55,426 799 5,114 -1,060 12,236 16,290 (14,468) 30,758
20,831 (1,466) 17,898 (3,743) 2,933 2,277
Picnic by the Bridge
Picnic by the Bridge will be combined with the Easter Egg Hunt and Lunch this month. Invite your friends, families, and neighbors to worship on April 1st and then to the Easter Egg Hunt and Lunch immediately following worship.
Congregational Care Ministry Meeting
The next Congregational Care Ministry meeting will be at 6:00 p.m., on May 6th at Joan Woods' home.
CONGREGATIONAL CARE (continued)
This thank you and token of my appreciation is long overdue. A few months ago, there was suspicion of a water leak in my house. Since there was no visible evidence in the house, I called Joe Tyler to see if he could help me figure it out. Low and behold, it was determined the leak was under the slab. Joe went way beyond the call of duty, found the appropriate company with expertise in this problem and spent the time to not only supervise them in finding the culprit, but through the repairs. Joe will never really know how much I appreciate his involvement in my problem with finding the proper plumbing company and supervising the repairs. Thank you, thank you, thank you so much. Your and Jeannie’s friendship means the world to me. Maria Madigan
Thank You So Much!
Fort King Presbyterian Church, Thank you for the phone calls and the soup while I was ill. Your compassion was very appreciated. Sincerely, Bobbie Burns
CONGREGATIONAL CARE (continued)
Lucy Beebe Tobias Congratulations to us, that would be you and me here at Fort King Presbyterian! The session voted last month to have our congregation be an Earth Care Congregation. Our application, including having enough points to be certified, has been sent to the Social Justice and Peacemaking Unit of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) and has just been approved. What does it mean to be earth care green? It means we are thoughtful and mindful of earth care in all our actions. We are committed to reducing our carbon footprint and walk lightly on terra firma. At church, it means perhaps planting trees when a child is baptized, changing how we use our utilities and searching for opportunities in our community to bring peace and justice as God's stewards of this earth. Here is the Earth Care Pledge we signed: Peace and justice is God's plan for all creation. The earth and all creation are God's. God calls us to be careful, humble stewards of this earth, and to protect and restore it for its own sake, and for the future use and enjoyment of the human family. As God offers all people the special gift of peace through Jesus Christ, and through Christ reconciles all to God, we are called to deal justly with one another and the earth. 1. Our worship and discipleship will celebrate God's grace and glory in creation and declare that God calls us to cherish, protect and restore this earth. 2. In education, we will seek learning and teaching opportunities to know and understand the threats to God's creation and the damage already inflicted. We will encourage and support each other in finding ways of keeping and healing the creation in response to God's call to earth-keeping, justice and community. 3. Our facilities will be managed, maintained and upgraded in a manner that respects and cherishes all creation, human and non-human, while meeting equitably the needs of all people. In our buildings and on our grounds we will use energy efficiently, conserve resources, and share what we have in abundance so that God's holy creation will be sustainable for all life and future generations. Our outreach will encourage public policy and community involvement that protects and restores the vulnerable and degraded earth as well as oppressed and neglected people. We will be mindful that our personal and collective actions can positively or negatively affect our neighborhood, region, nation and world. We will seek to achieve environmental justice through coalitions and ecumenical partnerships.
CONGREGATIONAL CARE (continued)
To Your Health
Chosen by Bonnie Schulze, Health Ministry Have questions about your prescriptions? Your pharmacist is there to help. When your doctor prescribes a new medication, it is important to ask questions before filling your prescription. • What is the name of the medicine? What is it supposed to do? • Is this the brand or generic name? Is there a generic version available? • When do I take the medicine, and for how long? • Should I take it on an empty stomach or with food? • What should I do if I forget a dose? • What foods, drinks, medicines, dietary supplements or activities should I avoid while taking this medicine? • What are the possible side effects, and what do I do if they occur? • When should I expect the medicine to begin to work, and how will I know it is working? • Will this new prescription work safely with the other prescriptions and non-prescription medicines I am taking? • How should I store this medicine? Want more information on prescription medications? Visit www.HealthSmart.com. Information from Health Smart October 2009. One suggestion is to take the drug information sheets given to you at the Pharmacy and place them in a 3 ring notebook so all the information about medications you are taking will be in one place. You might divide into sections with current medications in the front and previously taken medicines in the back. When going to a new doctor bring the book along so he/she can see your medication history. First Published in September 2010 Link
The Nurse Is In
The Nurse Is In office hours will be 11:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11th. Remember to call the Church Office to make an appointment and call Bonnie at 352-624-1364 to share the topic you wish to discuss with her. Remember that if no one calls for an appointment, hours will be cancelled. Use this opportunity to have your blood pressure checked, discuss new medications, or have questions answered about a new health condition.
High Tide Sunday April 22, 5-7 p.m. This will be a time of focusing on the joy of God's creation through prayer and singing. We will spend some time outdoors with our hands in the dirt. Join us for dinner at 5 and stay for the Earth Day Celebration.
PYC April 2012
Greetings PYCer's! We have entered into one of the most important times of the church calendar. As we have passed through Lent we have reflected on our relationship with our Father and his Son. Now the time has come to celebrate his entry into Jerusalem on Palm Sunday! We will be hiding the eggs and helping to tell the story of the resurrection to the children of Fort King right after church on Palm Sunday. There will be a hot dog lunch and plenty of candy to go around! The next week on Easter we will help setup and participate in the Sunrise Service and cook pancakes for our great Fort King congregation (watch out for an email to bring stuff!). In fact keep an eye on your inbox each week for the rest of the month as hints telling about each week will be arriving! (a hint to whet your whistle: a mountain breeze might be blowing through Florida on the 15th!) Sunday April 1st – Palm Sunday - Egg Hunt right after church Sunday April 8th – Easter Sunrise Service and Pancake Breakfast Sunday April 15th – 5 pm Fellowship Hall Peace, Joe Strawder
Pancake Breakfast Easter Morning
Greetings and Peace to the congregation of Fort King Presbyterian from the PYC youth group! We would like to cordially invite you to a Pancake Breakfast immediately following the Sunrise Service (7:30 – 9:00, we wouldn't want anybody to miss Sunday School!). You support us all year and we look forward to treating you to a great Easter breakfast.
Sunday April 8th – 7:30 – 9:00 am Fellowship Hall
Adult Discipleship Ministry
The two extraordinary learning opportunities which began in February are continuing for some weeks to come. The two series of classes will deepen your understanding of the Bible. “An Approach to Studying the Bible,” is being taught by Rhea (Ray) Forman. This class uses the Kerygma resource book, Listening to Scripture: Strategies for Interpreting the Bible by Richard Rohrbaugh. The strategies being covered are: (1) Exploring the Historical Setting, (2) Discovering the Literary Context and Audience, (3) Identifying Oral and Literary Forms, (4) Analyzing the Structure, and (5) Investigating Words and Phrases. By using these strategies, you will be able to come closer to “…what a text once meant and what it now means.” This class begin at 9:00 (please note the earlier time) and is held in the Education Building. Coffee is available. “Jesus of Nazareth,” is led by “Rabbi Tom” McNeil. The series began with “Understanding the World in which Jesus of Nazareth Lived,” covering life under the Greek, Roman, and Judaic cultures. The series thus far has included a study of “The Meaning of the History of Israel to the First Century CE”, and then explored the “Social Meaning of Life” in Jesus’ time. Current sessions revolve around “The Judaisms of the First Century BCE/CE.” Topics to be covered include 1) Essenes/Qumran sect: the Dead Sea Scrolls, 2) Rabbinic Pharisaism, 3) Sadducees, 4) the “common people”/peasants, and 5) the Nag Hammadi Scrolls. The class is held in the Session Room, beginning at 9:15 with coffee available.
About Our Instructors
“Rabbi Tom,” as he is affectionately known, decided at the age of 18 to prepare for “ministry” in the Presbyterian Church and began teaching himself Hellenistic Greek. Totally on his own, he worked his way through college and seminary. With a facility for language, he learned biblical Hebrew, Aramaic, Syriac and Coptic. He has a great passion for understanding accurately the histories of both the Jewish and Christian peoples, their interpretation of life and events in their own time.
Rhea is also a seminary graduate from an innovative program that brought together psychology and theology. He went on to get his PhD in psychology and had an active practice for many years before he ventured out into other avenues of service including university teaching.
COLLEEN AND RICHARD LIVINGSTON 19 Hemlock Radial Loop Ocala, FL 34472 687-4790 [email protected]
Richard retired from the Navy after serving 20 years. Colleen and Richard have been in Ocala for 14 years. They have a grown daughter and son. Colleen and Richard spend much of their time taking care of family. Richard will start working on his nursing degree in the fall. EVELYN HERRINGTON 3150 NE 36th Ave #433 Ocala, FL 34479 390-8296 [email protected]
Evelyn moved to Ocala from Traverse City, MI in January of this year,. She has 2 grown children and is a retired licensed builder. Evelyn enjoys golf, tennis, scuba diving, woodworking, painting, sailing, and boating.
KATHY AND THOM KUHNS 128 SE 44th Ave Ocala, FL 34471 622-4073 [email protected] [email protected]
Kathy is an Office Manager at Robert Boissoneault Oncology Instute. Thom is retired after 33 years in the Postal Service. They are the parents of Amy Roberts and have 2 other grown children. Thom and Kathy are both Presbyterian Church Elders. Kathy enjoys genealogy, gardening, boating and fishing. She also loves to read. Thom enjoys salt water aquariums, fishing and golf.
Card Making Ministry
Come join us on the 2nd Friday of every month at 10:00 AM until about Noon. March’s card making meeting will be on Friday, April 13th. For information on this ministry’s work, please contact Prudence Pritz.
GROUP ACTIVITIES (continued)
Presbyterian Women Circle Meetings
All women of Fort King are Presbyterian Women and are invited to participate in all the activities of Presbyterian Women. If you have not attended a Circle meeting before, come join us in April and participate in the spiritual experience and fellowship that Circles provide. Our Bible Study this year is “Confessing the Beatitudes.” Esther Circle will meet on Monday, April 9th at 7:00 p.m. at the home of Judy Harriss. Nan Andrews will have the lesson. Deborah Circle will meet on Tuesday, April 17th in the Session Room at 10:00 p.m. Prudence Pritz will have the lesson.
Save the date – April 29th – Church Picnic at Coehadjoe Park
Men’s Night Out
Men’s Night Out will meet on Monday, April 9th at 6:30 p.m., at Bob Henry’s home. Please call Bob at 694-6798 To R.S.V.P.
Please join the Crafts Group on Thursdays from 1:00 - 3:30 PM in the Fellowship Hall. We work on individual projects and joint projects.
Beginning in April, the Sassy Seniors will meet the 2nd Wednesday of the month. April’s luncheon will be at 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11th at Horse and Hound. We will continue to meet each 2nd Wednesday until further notice.
Easter Egg Hunt and Lunch
The Fellowship Ministry would like to invite children of all ages (even you 100 year old ones!) to our annual egg hunt on April 1st directly following the Palm Sunday service. A hot dog lunch will be served and many an egg will be hunted. Donations of candy and prizes for the “egg walk” will be accepted in the church office prior to the 1st . Thank you for your support! April 1st 11:30 AM – Fellowship Hall
The final meeting of the Dinner Crew will be on May 5th . We are taking the bus to Stumpknockers on the River in Dunnellon. The bus will leave at 5:00 PM, if you wish to drive yourself the reservation will be for 6 PM (it is about a 45 minute drive). The signup sheet is in the Narthex, please indicate whether you will riding the bus (there will be a $2 fee for gas). Due to popular demand, we will be returning to the Dinners for Eight format!
Give Blood, Please
The Mission Ministry would like to inform the congregation that the Bloodmobile will be at Fort King on April 22nd. Donation times are from 9AM to 10:15 AM and 11:30AM to 1PM. A Ministry member will be in the Narthex after services on April 1st and April 8th to sign up donors. PLEASE sign up to donate we need blood badly.
Session Notes March 15, 2012
Celebrations • Three new members are joining tonight. • Session had a great retreat last Saturday. • Ft. King is in the process of becoming an EarthCare Congregation. • Two dynamic adult Sunday school classes are in progress. • Ken Orme Memorial Garden is coming along quickly. • Faith Leaders is taking a leadership role in the worship portion of the Wednesday Lenten Series on 3/21. • The sermon from last week is now on the website. Motions • Motion to receive Evelyn Herrington, Thom and Kathy Kuhns into membership. • Motion to suspend Communion on Sunday, April 1, as it will be observed on Maundy Thursday, April 5, and again on Easter Sunday, April 8. • Motion to allow Melanie Marsh-Gale to preach on Palm Sunday, April 1. • Motion to allow Ray Ruark to preach on March 18. • Motion to approve all Presbytery-approved preachers for pulpit supply. • Motion to terminate electric, gas, and water service to the Youth House.
Church Flowers 2012
If you are considering providing flowers sometime for a worship service, but would like to know more about the process, I hope the following information will be helpful to you. 1. The flowers do not need to be purchased from or delivered by a florist. If you bring them from your yard or buy them from a supermarket, they just need to be in a vase, (or container of your choice) ready to display. Please see #4 and #5 below. 2. There is no minimum or maximum size requirement for the flower arrangement. 3. The flowers are yours to take after the Sunday service. If you prefer to leave them, they will be used for smaller arrangements to be delivered to hospitalized or homebound members. If you decide to keep the flowers, or give them to someone of your choice, etc. that is fine also. 4. If you leave the flowers, but would like your container returned to you, we will make sure it is returned. 5. We also have “loaner vases” you are welcome to use. I will be glad to answer any questions you might have, help with wording for the worship bulletin, etc. Thank you very much. Nancy Hall 694-3221.
Something to Think About Jesus Cross-Exaltation “To Be Lifted Up” John 20:11-29
I. The life and death of an insignificant Jewish peasant, Jesus of Nazareth, meant little or nothing to Imperial Roman authorities. Indeed, “King of the Jews” on the Cross of Jesus (John 19:22-23) was intended to express sarcasm by Pilate to the Jews: “Here’s what we have the power to do to you, any of you, if you oppose our power and our agenda!” This moment, when-it-happens, we are terrified of and helpless before such human power over our lives. Imperial Rome has slaughtered countless people again and again, has conquered and crushed both body and human spirit with impunity, on the authority of a Caesar, a “god” of Rome! As Gaius Julius Caesar Germanicus = Caligula (37-41CE) said to Philo of Alexandria in 40 C.E., “You do not sacrifice to your god for me; you sacrifice to me!” The power of Caesar was awesomely absolute, the power of a god! The author of the Fourth Gospel (traditionally called “John”) is very precise in his message about Jesus of Nazareth: the ignominious death of Jesus on the Cross did indeed occur in history; it is an historical event. The meaning of that event, however, goes beyond the boundaries of what we think we see and think we experience. Jesus being “lifted up” (John 3:14 et al.) means for “John” being crucified and being exalted, raised, at the same time; it is one event. For Jesus to be crucified means at that same moment to be exalted, raised up (this is the meaning in the Greek text, which is missed in English translation). What does this mean for us? Jesus Cross/Exaltation is pointing beyond the historical event of the Cross on to the very edge, the boundary, of history, to the limits of our own ability to see a new reality. The “lifting up” of Jesus is pointing at the very power of Life of which God is the source, to go beyond our perceptions, our thoughts, our feelings we have at this moment, to look at a new reality on the horizons of history. The life God has given all of us is affirmed by the lifting up of Jesus on the Cross, in spite of, indeed through, the cold chilling crucifixion of Jesus, the Man. There is more to life than the presumed power of an Empire or a Caesar. Or, again, present hard-realities do not determine the future of human life; if they appear to do so, we’re not paying attention. An immediate implication of Jesus’ “lifting-up” is this: God is not a static Prime Mover or Existent Abstract Being up-there. God is life, the source and very core of our lives and of all life around us. The creation stories in Genesis 1, 2 make it clear that God is the source and sustainer of all life; God is the “ground” of our own being. (See J.S. Spong 2001 A New Christianity for a New World 240). Our hope is not based on what we think we can do, but on God who is the very source of life … and the unexpected! II. The “appearances” of Jesus to his followers in the Fourth Gospel have one specific intention (we may try to use the text differently, but “John” is quite clear): A. Mary (a woman! Can you imagine?) had gone to the tomb; “someone” asked her why she was crying (John 20:13). She did not recognize Jesus (John 20:14, a theme also in Luke 24:16) until he addressed her: Mariam = “Mary.” She heard Jesus and responded: Rabbonei; in the language of Jesus, Aramaic, this means precisely: “My Lord/Master” (M. Jastrow 1950 A Dictionary of the Tarqumim et al. II 1440; G. Dalman 1929 Jesus-Jeshua 13).
B. Thomas’ most unexpected “real” encounter with Jesus challenged his own expectations: “Unless I see in his hands the print of the nails and place my finger in the mark of the nails, and place my hand in his side, I will not believe” (John 20:25). Aha! Realistic demands! And when confronted, his demands became so much verbiage; we hear instead: “My Lord and my God!” Exactly what is the point? Just this: Jesus has established human contact with his followers in order for them to become participants in the work Jesus began! To “receive the holy spirit,” i.e. the spirit of Jesus of Nazareth, means precisely to engage in Jesus’ work not only of countering the Imperial power of a Caesar or a culture, but to understand that an ignominious death in the process of countering that power is not the end! It is a “lifting up,” an exaltation; it’s just the beginning. “Life” will respond in its own time and manner, and we’d better be prepared for surprises. This clearly goes beyond belief in doctrines, dogmas, rituals; to be a follower of Jesus of Nazareth means to engage in, to actively participate in, what he began. To be able to do that with clarity, we must listen to Jesus of Nazareth. Rabbonei! This is my confession to you. Shalom, Tom
Our voices continue to praise the Lord with the help of many guest organists. Thank you to all.
Please note: I am trying to “work ahead” on the flowers, so if you would like to provide flowers to commemorate a special event/occasion/memory etc. for a specific date, please call Nancy Hall at 694-3221 as soon as possible. Please also note: It is never too early to call to select your chosen date. As of this mailing, the following people will be providing flowers in April, May, June and July 2012. If you can provide flowers for a date in 2012, please call Nancy Hall. Thank you. Thank you to these people as they share in donating the flowers for the following worship services. April 1, 2012—In celebration of our 17th wedding anniversary from Kimber and Lauren Merriam April 8, 2012—Easter (Easter lilies in the Sanctuary) April 15, 2012—Margaret Spontak April 22, 2012—In loving memory of Ray (April 2007) from Sue and the girls April 29, 2012—In loving memory of my dear wife, Nelly, from Charles Kirk May 6, 2012—OPEN May 13, 2012—From Nancy Stephenson in loving memory of her parents, Ted and Violet Wikary May 20, 2012—From John and Jean Stewart in celebration of their 57th wedding anniversary May 27, 2012—In celebration of our 57th wedding anniversary from Jerry and Pat Merrill June 3, 2012—In memory of our parents, Aleta, Max, and Robert, from the Repp family June 10, 2012—In celebration of three June anniversaries and three June birthdays from Cash and Gwynn Pealer June 17, 2012—From Bernice and Bob Henry in celebration of their 52nd wedding anniversary June 24, 2012—In honor of our 50th wedding anniversary from Charles and Mary Ellen Vowinkel July 1, 2012—OPEN July 8, 2012—From Vince and Margaret Spontak in celebration of our 30th wedding anniversary July 15, 2012—(This date is taken but the occasion and names will be revealed at a later time…) July 22, 2012—OPEN July 29, 2012—OPEN
7:30 Men’s Bible 9:00 - 11:45 Library Study 9:15 Sunday School 10:00 Choir Practice 10:30 Worship 4:00 Fellowship 11:30 Easter Egg Ministry Hunt & Lunch 6:00 Evangelism 1:00 Faith Ministry Sojourners 5:30 TOPS (FH) 7:00 Discipleship 3:00 Financial 7:00 Adult Bible Ministry Peace Univ. Study (off-site) Children 7:00 Choir Practice 8 One Great Hour Of Sharing 6:30 Sunrise Service 9:00 - 11:45 Library 7:30 Pancake Breakfast 10:00 Choir Practice 10:30 Worship 15 9:00 - 11:45 Library 9:15 Sunday School 10:00 Choir Practice 10:30 Worship 1:00 Faith Sojourners 3:00 Financial Peace Univ. 5:00 PYC 22 2 Cents A Meal and Food4Kids 9:00 - 10:15 - Blood Drive 9:00 - 11:45 Library 9:15 Sunday School 10:00 Choir Practice 10:30 Worship 11:30 - 1:00 Blood Drive 1:00 Faith Sojourners 3:00 Financial Peace Univ. 5:00 PYC 5:00 High Tide 29 9:00 - 11:45 Library 9:15 Sunday School 10:00 Choir Practice 10:30 Worship 11:30 Church Picnic (off-site) 3:00 Financial Peace Univ. 5:00 PYC 9 OFFICE CLOSED 10
3 9:30 Prayer Shawl
4 10:00 PW Council
5 1:00 Crafts
6:00 Foot Washing Service 7:00 Good 6:00 - 8:00 Marions United Friday (FH) Service 7:00 Maundy 8:00 Thursday Midnight Service Great Vigil 7:00 AA (CE) 13 14
12 11 10:00 Discipleship Adult Ministry 11:15 The Nurse Is In 1:00 Sassy Seniors 1:00 Crafts
5:30 TOPS (FH) 6:30 Men’s Night Out (Off-Site) 7:00 Ester Circle (Off-Site) 16 7:30 Men’s Bible Study
10:00 Card Making Ministry
6:00 Finance Ministry 17 10:00 Deborah Circle
7:00 Choir Practice 18
7:00 AA (CE) 19
3:00 Pastoral Care Team 5:30 TOPS (FH)
6:00 Session 7:00 Adult Bible Study (off-site) 24 23 7:30 Men’s Bible Study 9:30 Adult Bible Study 7:00 Choir Practice 25 7:00 AA (CE) 26
Faith Sojourn ers Retreat 7:00 AA (CE) 5:30 TOPS (FH) 7:00 Choir Practice
30 7:30 Men’s Bible Study
5:30 TOPS (FH)
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HOLY WEEK AT FT. KING
April 1st 10:30 a.m. Worship 11:30 a.m. Easter Egg Hunt and Lunch April 5th 6:00 p.m. Foot Washing 7:00 p.m. Worship April 6th 7:00 p.m. Worship April 6th 8:00 p.m. - Midnight