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Thursday Night Lenten Suppers

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Join us on Thursday nights at 6pm during the Lenten season for dinner and fellowship. It is a perfect opportunity to meet new people and to deepen your understanding of Lent.

Following dinner, Pastor Dan will be leading a discussion on Christ as Easter approaches.

We ask for a donation each week to cover the cost of our meals.

Please RSVP to Claire Sax by clicking here or by signing up at the Sign-Up Center in the church lobby.

Thursday Night Lenten Supper Menu:

Tonight – February 18th– pizza

February 25th– spaghetti

March 3rd– sandwiches

March 10th– soup

March 17th– pot luck

 

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Lenten Suppers for the Soul, February 26

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Everyone is invited to join us for fellowship during the Lenten season as the Susanna Circle offers “Suppers for the Soul.” Lenten meals will be on Thursday evenings at 6pm in the Fellowship Hall.

A donation of $10 per family is requested.


This evening, February 26th, we will be enjoying a tacos supper at 6 pm and a special time together focused on the meaning of Lent.

Upcoming supper menu:

March 5 Spaghetti
March 12 Baked Potatoes

March 19 Soup for the Soul
March 26 Pancake and Breakfast for Dinner

For details on the suppers or the Susanna Circle, please email Claire Sax by clicking on this link.
 
 

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Lenten Suppers for the Soul Starts Tonight

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Everyone is invited to join us for fellowship during the Lenten season as the Susanna Circle offers “Suppers for the Soul.”

Lenten meals will be on Thursday evenings at 6pm in the Fellowship Hall.

On February 19th, we encourage you all to bring a potluck dish to share.

A donation of $10 per family is requested.

The meals are as follows:

February 19 Potluck Dinner

February 26 Tacos

March 5 Spaghetti

March 12 Baked Potatoes

March 19 Soup for the Soul

March 26 Pancake and Breakfast for Dinner

For details on the suppers or the Susanna Circle, please email Claire Sax by clicking on this link.

 
 

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Lenten Suppers for the Soul

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Everyone is invited to join us for fellowship during the Lenten season as the Susanna Circle offers “Suppers for the Soul.”

Lenten meals will be on Thursday evenings at 6pm in the Fellowship Hall. On February 19th, we encourage you all to bring a potluck dish to share.

A donation of $10 per family is requested.

The meals are as follows:

February 19 Potluck Dinner

February 26 Tacos

March 5 Spaghetti

March 12 Baked Potatoes

March 19 Soup for the Soul

March 26 Pancake and Breakfast for Dinner

For details on the suppers or the Susanna Circle, please email Claire Sax by clicking on this link.

 
 

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Lent, 2014

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Lent is a time to prepare for Easter.  United Methodists begin Lent on Ash Wednesday and continue celebrating Lent until Easter. We view Lent as a way to slow down and focus on God, so many Methodists will give up foods or activities during this time. The purpose of giving something up is to find more time to focus on God.

  • March 5: Ash Wednesday Spaghetti Dinner, 6:00 pm
  • March 5: Ash Wednesday Service, 7:00 pm
  • March 6 and every Thursday through April 10: Lenten Suppers for the Soul,  6pm in coordination with Pastor Kenny and Pastor Kevin leading a discussion time.
  • April 6: Sing ‘N’ Celebrate, 7:00 pm
  • April 13: Palm Sunday Services
  • April 14: Easter Egg Hunt
  • April 17: Holy Thursday Service
  • April 18: Good Friday Serice
  • April 20: Easter Services

Sermon Series: Give up Something Bad for Lent

March 9.  Give up Something BAD for Lent. Matthew 5:29-30, 16:26
We give up all kinds of things for Lent.  Chocolate, soda, but that misses what Lent and the cross are all about.  Let’s see what we can really give up.

March 16.  Give Up Harsh Condemning judgments for LentMatthew 7:1-5
It’s awful easy to be judgmental.  We do it without thinking.  But Jesus is specific about not judging.  so how do we do that?  Let’s talk about it Sunday.

March 23.  Give up the Enemies Within Luke 11:37-52
Are we really willing to look at what’s inside? Coming clean with ourselves?  That’s what the cross asks of us and Lent is calling us to do.

March 30.  Give Up Running Away. Luke 9:10-17
When trials and problems come running away just doesn’t solve it.  Let’s look at how with Jesus we can overcome our problems and find opportunities.

April 6.    Give up a Bad Habit. Luke 19:1-10
Stewardship Habits are just that habits and so they are here to stay.  Not so fast.  Habits can be changed.  Let’s look at the keys to changing a habit in life.

April 13.  Palm Sunday: Give up Pettiness. Luke 6:32-36
Life is to short for the pettiness!  Yet we want to spend our lives in the little stuff.  Jesus wants to reorder our priorities and give us faith and hope.  Let’s see how this Sunday!

April 20.  Easter:  Wrap Your Arms Around Something Good for Easter. John 21:15-19
During Lent we gave up BAD things. Easter brings us to embrace the hope, forgiveness and possibilities God has for us because of a Risen Jesus!  Let’s wrap our arms around the living Christ and all He brings.

Here’s what Chuck Knows Church has to say about Lent.

Ever heard, “I’m giving up sweets for Lent”? Why does Lent make people want to give up something? And how do you calculate the 40 days of Lent?

 

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