Lenten Workshop: February 19,
2:00—4:00 pm in bayless hall

All ages are welcome to attend our Lenten Workshop. We will provide Lenten candles for the dinner table, devotional guides, pretzel making and more! Lent is a great time to spend a little extra time with God and we will have some supplies and activities to help you do just that! RSVPs are helpful to ensure we have all the supplies we need. Let Dawn Crews or the church office know if you plan to attend.



Shrove tuesday: february 21, 2023

5:30 pm - 7:00 pm, in bayless hall

Come join us for pancakes, sausage and eggs on Tuesday, February 21, 5:30—7:00 pm in Bayless Hall. Dinner, fellowship and fun for all ages!
All proceeds go to Africa University.  



ash wednesday

Ash Wednesday, February 22, 2023
Worship service at 6:30 pm

Ashes with Kids
Windcrest Day School Chapel Service in the
Sanctuary, 9:15 am

Imposition of Ashes available (come and go) in the Gathering Place, 11:30 am-1:00 pm


a service of worship for passion/palm sunday - april 2, 2023

Traditional  worship service 9:000 am

Praise service 11:00 am

This service embodies the sharp contrasts of Holy Week. In the Entrance with the Palms we experience the joyous demonstration of loyalty to Jesus as he enters Jerusalem, including festive Palm Sunday music.

In the Proclamation and Response we confront and respond to the story of Jesus' passion, including somber Passion Sunday music.

It is important not to let the celebration of Palm Sunday crowd out the observance of Passion Sunday. The passion narratives in Scripture are highly unified and dramatic, and we need to experience the story in its wholeness before we reflect at greater length on its various parts during the following weekdays.

We need also to remember that many persons who attend on Passion/Palm Sunday will not be in church again until Easter Day. Going directly from the lesser joy of the entry into Jerusalem to the joy of Easter, without being addressed by the passion and the cross of our Lord, misrepresents the gospel. There is no triumph without suffering, no crown without a cross.

Because so much of significance is in this service, and because this day and all of Holy Week are preliminary to the supreme joy of Easter, this day is unsuitable for celebrating baptism, confirmation, or the reception of new members. Baptisms and confirmations at this time of year are most appropriately held during the Easter Season—the Great Fifty Days from the Easter Vigil through the Day of Pentecost.


Holy week

Holy Thursday

Seder Meal with Holy Communion
6:00 pm in Bayless Hall



Baptisms/Baptism Renewal,


Easter Sunday

9:00 am and 11:00 am