Following our 10am Eucharist Service there will be a luncheon reception at noon; and at 1:30 a special appearance and blessing from our bishop dedicating the new lift.

You won’t want to miss the wonderful program at 2pm featuring a phenomenal dancer, Kris Lenzo, who lost both legs above the knee as a result of a work accident at the age of 19.

Kris will show a short film, do a solo dance performance, talk about his life’s journey and take questions from the audience.

As we are in the final days of Easter, I also want to extend one final invitation for you to consider participating in our Easter Appeal via making a generous donation.  Our goal for this appeal is $3000 and we are less than halfway there. Please join us in contributing towards our transformative ministries and programs. As you know, giving as unto the Lord is one of the ways we give back and ultimately receive. Giving (and thanks-giving) offers another way to help change lives and be changed.

Jesus tells us over and over that transformation is not only possible, it is expected. Therefore,  I come to church expecting to be revived, renewed, and transformed.  I expect the same for you.  See you here on May 22!