This service offers a time for meditation, reflection, and renewal through music, brief words, and silence. Come sing, light a candle, and nurture your spirit during this nontraditional worship experience - and bring a friend! There will be a rehearsal from 6 to 6:45 pm for singers who would like to learn the harmonies to the chants we will sing.
We are also looking for instrumentalists interested in participating, but would need to know in advance who is able to come. For more information, please contact Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger at 603-410-4830 or email@example.com.
Since September, some of the Religious Education families have been going out do volunteer work at a horse rescue farm.
We will also be collecting donations for the farm on Sunday, April 8 and on the 15th. A partial list includes cat or kitty food, rolls of paper towels, corn oil and wheelbarrows. We’ll have a more complete list up in church. If mucking out a horse corral isn’t for you, this is a way you can still maximize the impact that our volunteer project makes this year.
On Sunday, April 15th, we will have animals on our front lawn for you to meet. During the service, you’ll have a chance to hear from RE students who have been to Live and Let Live Farm; hopefully you will go away with a sense of just how much fun it can be to do a mucky, physical job as volunteer work. If you are inspired, you (with or without your own RE student) are welcome to join us on Saturday, April 21st, from 1:00 until 3:00 in the afternoon.
“Putting the Pieces Back Together” Rev. Michael Leuchtenberger
When our lives fall apart, when our image of goodness takes a beating, when all feels broken, then hope is hard to find. Our impulse is to fix that which is broken. Yet much of what is broken can’t be fixed. The Easter story tells us that resurrection of life, of hope, and of joy is possible. This resurrection of life, hope, and joy depends on how we put the pieces back together.