April 5 – Passion Sunday

When I first became a Presbyterian, church was a wonderful experience. Everything and everyone seemed there to make my experience smooth and enjoyable.

Later I learned that being a Christian was very different.

Let each of you look not to your own interests, but to the interests of others.

Philippians 2:4 (NRSV)
Foot washing by Hans Braxmeier via Pixabay.com

As I became more involved with the church, and accepted various leadership positions, all of what I enjoyed as a new member gradually disappeared.

How has seeking the mind of Christ changed your actions?

I will have more to say about Philippians 2:1-11 below on Sunday, April 5th.
Robert Shaw, Pastor

A Tip for Parents

Imagine how your family might welcome a hero back to town.

Matthew 21:1-11 records Jerusalem coming out to welcome Jesus waving palm branches and singing loudly or shouting.

Send me a photo or video clip of your parade by Friday, April 3rd, and I will add it to our worship service.

Worship this Sunday

Your comments below encourage us and others who might watch.

After worship, please join the e-Fellowship hour. See The Skirl for details.

Sunday’s Anthem

Ashley Gillespie sings “The Crucifixion” accompanied by Kavan Gillespie.

The Offering

As disciples of Jesus Christ we give so that we may dedicate the whole of our lives by sharing a portion of what we earn with others.

Although COVID-19 has forced us to curtail all groups, meetings, classes, …, even office hours, we continue other ministries. For example: Wednesday Bible Study and Sunday school for children meet via video-teleconference.

In these unusual times we deeply appreciate giving through your bank or by clicking the Give Now button. We continue to check our mailbox regularly so you may mail your check to us.

2 thoughts on “April 5 – Passion Sunday”

  1. Thank you so much for the lovely Palm Sunday worship service as well as for the fellowship time at 11 Sunday morning. I find myself looking forward to these virtual visits to church. They give me reassurance and hope at this time when it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the unknown. Thanks to all of you and take care.

  2. Enjoyed the worship this morning. Enjoyed hearing about your journey in the church Robert. And, the music by Kavan & Ashley adds so much. Thank you Robert, Lori, Kavan and Ashley.

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