How Beauty Leads Us Home
March 19, 2023
We are providing a spiritual guide as a companion for our upcoming sermon series for you to engage in some spiritual exercises at home throughout the Lenten season.
A digital copy is available here, or hard copies are available on the Information Centers in the lobby.
SAT, APR 1 @ 9:30AM
Easter is coming and with that comes our annual community Easter Egg Hunt. This year’s hunt will be held on Sat., April 1 at 9:30 am. This event is for toddlers through 5th graders. Tell your friends, family and neighbors to come join you!
Maundy Thursday (the day before Good Friday) is when our church family remembers Jesus’ last meal with his disciples before going to the cross. The word “maundy” comes from the Latin word for “command,” referring to the instructions Jesus gave his disciples at the Last Supper. He modeled servant-leadership through washing their feet, and he declared his body and blood broken and poured out for the forgiveness of sins.
Children have feet, too! They also have eyes and ears to take it all in. Please bring your family to explore and experience this evening together. If it gets to be too much for your young ones, childcare will be available during the foot washing and communion portions. Child-sized towel-aprons will be available for our smaller friends.
What to expect:
Our BIC friends from Mechanicsburg Community Church (MCC) will also be joining us for this evening!
If you would like to help in any way, contact Becky Owen if you’d like to participate. We are still in need of a few more table hosts who can provide a pot of stew for 8 people, and contributions of cut carrots and celery.
Join us for a “7 Last Words Worship Experience” in partnership with:
Biblical scholar and acclaimed author N.T. Wright says that every worldview must explain seven “signposts” that we presently experience as “broken” and unattainable: justice, love, spirituality, beauty, freedom, truth, and power. He argues that Christianity presents a compelling and relevant explanation for why these signposts are broken, but also how these markers point to the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus as the start of new creation. Join us on the journey of our Lenten series—Broken Signposts—as we explore how the Christian faith is a vibrant and coherent vision that makes sense of the world and provides hope and guidance for our future.
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