March 2016

Volume 30.3

St. John’s
United Church of
Christ
St. John’s is a community
of faith centered in Jesus
Christ, seeking guidance
and direction through the
Holy Spirit, and
demonstrating God’s love
to all people in words and
deeds.

An Open and
Affirming
Congregation
503 Stuart Circle
Richmond, Virginia 23220
Telephone: 804.358.9291
Email:
office@stjohnsrichmond.org

Web Site:
stjohnsrichmond.org

Pastor’s message...

Forgiveness- Reconciliation and
the Church

One of the definitions of worship I learned in seminary was that worship was the work of the people. In
this Lenten time period I would like us to think about how we do both forgiveness and reconciliation in
the church.
Forgiveness has
nothing to do
with the person
we are forgiving.
When we forgive
someone we let
go of hurt and
the anger
inside ourselves.
And as human
beings we always have forgiveness work to
do. Sometimes it
is big betrayals
we are learning to forgive and sometimes it is little slights. The person who did not acknowledge you,
the car that cut you off.

Lent 2016 at
St. John’s

In lent we learn from Jesus about letting go of the big betrayals and if you have lived long enough you
have probably experienced some. Sometimes the person we have to forgive the most is ourselves. Our
prayer of confession and our words of assurance are an entrance into that forgiveness work. But it also
usually takes some intentional time to truly let go of the anger we hold toward people who have
betrayed us. Not doing the work, as one of my mentors has said, is like eating a small bit of poison
every day and expecting the other person to die.
Reconciliation is the process of healing the relationship with the other. Not all forgiveness work leads to
reconciliation. You can forgive someone and yet know that for your safety it is not appropriate to be in
relationship with that person again. But when it is appropriate we move from forgiveness to reconciliation. In our worship experience we recreate this by following the prayer of confession and words of
assurance with the peace. A moment when as forgiven people and as people who forgive we are asked
to share that forgiveness.
Why leave the pews during this time of assurance and peace in our worship service? Because
often the person we need to greet in peace is not sitting next to us. Amazingly in churches we often sit
with the people we enjoy the most not those we struggle with. During the peace we are called to reach
beyond our comfort zone and offer the peace of Christ to everyone.

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© 2016 St John’s UCC

So I invite you as you travel through the rest of lent to think about how you can more effectively use the
time in our worship of confession, words of assurance and the peace to deepen your spiritual journey.
After all we have come to worship so let us use it do the work of the people in our relationship with
God, ourselves and our neighbors.

Pastor Linda

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Palm Sunday, March 20
This year Holy Week begins on March 20th with the traditional Palm Sunday parade as we join with our sister congregations in the
Stuart Circle Parish Association. Gather at First English Lutheran Church (across Stuart Circle from St. John’s) at 9:30 am to pick
up a palm branch and open with prayer. Then parade with members of all the churches down Monument Avenue behind the
donkey.
Before our 11 am worship, children and their parents are invited to gather in the narthex to help Pastor Linda bless the palms. They
will also help lead a palm parade in the sanctuary before leaving for church school.
Worship at St John’s will begin at 11 AM with no education classes before so we can join the procession. Our 11 Am worship will
include the blessing of palms and a celebration of Jesus’s entry into Jerusalem. This is a festival day.

Maundy Thursday, March 24
On March 24th we will celebrate Maundy Thursday with a soup supper in the parlor at 6:30 during which we will celebrate Holy
Communion at the table. We will then move to the sanctuary for a Tenebrae Service. This service ends in silence and we keep
silence as we leave.

Good Friday, March 25
NOON WORSHIP SERVICE: March 25th you are invited to the West End Ecumenical Cluster of Churches Good Friday worship at
Brookland United Methodist Church, 2501 Staples Mill Road, Richmond VA 23230 starting at noon.
BLOOD DRIVE: Stuart Circle Parish Churches are all sponsoring a Good Friday Blood Drive from 9:30 am till 3:30 pm. The drive
will be held at the Grace Covenant Basement Fellowship Hall. To schedule an appointment, go tow www.redcross.org and use the
sponsor code: GOODFRIDAY or call 1-800-RED-CROSS.

Easter Sunday, March 27
Easter Sunday we will have a festival service of Communion to celebrate the resurrection. Followed by a fellowship time that will
include a special Easter Egg hunt for the children.

April 3
April 3rd we will acknowledge how the resurrection turns the world upside down as we celebrate Holy Humor Sunday. A Special
Sunday to be sure.

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Hello All,

NEW TREASURER:
At our February 14th Congregational meeting, we elected Adrianne Dery as our new Treasurer. Adrianne will be assuming her new
role March 1st. She and Fritz have been meeting throughout the month of February as Fritz transitions to Adrianne. In honor of
Fritz and his many, many years of service as the Treasurer of St. John's, we have donated $500.00 to the Alzheimer's Association
and $500.00 to Circle Center Adult Services.

SMALL GROUP VISIONING:
Since our January 10th Visioning Session, the Congregational Life and Care Committee along with Linda and Julia have been
holding small group sessions open to all. The last small group meeting is March 13 from 9:00 – 10:30 am. The focus of these small
group sessions has been to confirm the outcomes of the January 10th Visioning session. We are very interested in your feedback
on the vision statement, vision picture, values and how you see St. John’s living into our vision. By that I mean – what should
St. John’s focus be; what types of missions or programs do you feel will serve us and our community?

ARCHITECTURAL ASSESSMENT:
Our Architectural and Engineering assessment is underway. The assessment will help us understand potential alternative building
uses, the full extent of our building repairs and an estimated cost to remodel the building.

OPERATIONAL AUDIT:
The Operational Audit is also underway. The audit will help us define new processes and controls for some of our financial
processes.

LET’S DISCUSS ALL OF THESE PLANS, REVIEWS, EVALUATIONS & CHANGES TOGETHER:
The outcome of the Visioning sessions and the associated small group sessions along with the results of the Architectural and
Engineering assessment and the Operational Audit will be discussed during our 2016 Congregational Planning Retreat. As a
reminder the Retreat is scheduled for the Friday evening May 13th and Saturday May 14th. On Friday we will enjoy dinner
together and review the above topics. On Saturday we will make decisions on how we will move forward. Our goal is to address
the difficult questions we discussed during our November Congregational meeting. As a reminder, the difficult questions we first
spoke about during the November Congregational meeting are listed below.

Let’s continue to use this additional diagram to help guide our path between now and the time of our 2016 Congregational Planning
Retreat.
If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to any member of Council or the Revitalization Taskforce.

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The Revitalization Taskforce:
Revitalization Taskforce members consist of Pastor Linda,
Julia Eliades, Desiree McNeice (Council Chair), Elisabeth
Burnette (Council VP), Helena DeLigt (Council Secretary),
Beth Oxenham (Endowment Chair), Rob Osborn (Trustees
Chair), Karen-Marie Yust (Facilities Chair), Jeff Hetzer
(Finance Chair) , Scott Siefert (Congregational Life and Care
Chair) and Kristina Gilbert (Christian Formation Chair).

2016 Congregational Retreat:
The retreat will be Friday evening May 13th and Saturday May
14th. Specific times, location and agenda are forthcoming. At the
retreat we will review the results of both the Vision and State of the
Property efforts and together decide how we will move forward. Our
goal is to address the difficult questions we discussed during our
November Congregational meeting. As a reminder, the difficult
questions we first spoke about during the November Congregational
meeting are listed below.

Pastoral Relations Committees:
The Pastoral Relations Committees for Linda and Julia are
now up and running. The committees will serve as a liaison
between Pastor Linda and the Congregation and Julia and the
Congregation. They will help to keep open communication
between the Pastor and the congregation. Please feel free to
reach out to any of these people to learn more about the role
of the Pastoral Relations Committee. They will also be happy
to share your feedback with either Linda or Julia.

Facilities Fund Drive:
We are making very good progress with the Facilities Fund Drive. At
this point we have collected just over $30,000. We are 60% closer
to meeting our goal. Thanks to everyone.

Linda’s Pastoral Relations
Committee
Kristina Gilbert

Julia’s Pastoral Relations
Committee
Charlotte Quick

Scott Siefert

Lex Tartaglia

Lynn Snyder

Abby Ward

Mark your calendar:

Don Stiegler

Congregational Retreat –May 13 and 14

Quick updates:

Our Operational Audit with Lane and Associates, P.C. is
underway

The Architectural and Engineering assessment is underway

We transitioned payroll for our staff members to SurePayroll

Adrianne Dery will assume the Treasurer role March 1.

The new term for Council begins June 2016. We are looking to
fill a couple of seats on Council. Each term is a two year term. If
you are interested in sharing your gifts and talents as a member
of Council you can fill out one of the nominating forms located in
the pews or speak to either Desiree McNeice, Elisabeth Burnett
or Helena Delight or to any member other member of Council.

Peace
Desiree McNeice (Council Chair)

No-

Committee Chairs:
There are still many opportunities to share your gifts of talent
and time on any of our committees. If you are interested in
participating on a committee please contact the Committee
Chair or myself.
Committee

Chair

Worship and Music

Vacant

Facilities

Karen-Marie Yust

Finance

Jeff Hetzer

Audit

Chris Ward

Congregational Life and
Care
Christian Formation

Scott Siefert

Admin/Personnel

Elisabeth Burnett

Mission and Outreach

Don Warren

Kristina Gilbert

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Church
eeCouncil
Church Council is currently seeking selfnominations and recommendations for new
members. If you think you might be called to
serve, or know someone else who might have
gifts for leadership. please fill in the form found
in your bulletin this month, or call or write the
church office.
The Church Council, according to our
Constitution, has many tasks. Among
them are:

Encouraging the spiritual life and
welfare of the congregation

Evaluating the effectiveness of St.
John’s ministries

Engaging in short and long range
planning

□ In memory of /□ In honor of ~

□ Daffodil □ Tulip □ Lily □ Mum

Name ___________________________________________
Given by:_________________________________________

□ In memory of /□ In honor of

~ □ Daffodil □ Tulip □ Lily □ Mum
Name ___________________________________________

Daffodil

Tulip

Lily

Easter Flower Order Form
If you wish to order a plant in memory of or in honor of a loved
one for Easter morning, please complete this form and drop it by
the church office, place it in the offering plate, or mail it to the
church office. The cost is $14 per plant, and you may take it
home after the completion of the Easter morning worship service.

Ordering Deadline: Sunday, March 6, 2016

Given by:_________________________________________

□ In memory of /□ In honor of

~ □ Daffodil □ Tulip □ Lily □ Mum
Name ___________________________________________
Given by:_________________________________________

Your name _______________________ Phone: _________
# of daffodils ordered _____
# of tulips ordered _____
# of lilies ordered _____
# of mums ordered _____
@ $14 = $________________
(please attach payment with this order)

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FACILITIES WORKDAY REPORT
Thanks to the efforts of a dozen hardworking volunteers, several repair and
maintenance projects at St. John's were accomplished on a sunny Saturday morning
last month. Kudos to Joe, Scott, Ann, Laura, Dale, Daniel, Sonny, Desiree, Helen,
Betty and Matt, who joined Karen-Marie in filling potholes, replacing a toilet flapper,
scrubbing graffiti off the side of the building, marking Metro parking spaces with
reflective paint, repairing wallpaper, re-caulking and painting a doorframe, laying vinyl
flooring, replacing light bulbs, cleaning up landscaping, and repairing cracks in a door.

There are still a few small repair projects awaiting completion. If you missed the workday and would like to help out, please contact
Karen-Marie (kmyust@upsem.edu) for details.

November 15, 2015

immediately following worship

To approve the 2016 budget and any other business necessary

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Observing
Lent

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LENTEN DEVOTIONALS:
Two Lenten resources continue to
be available in the Parlor. One is
a daily reflection booklet and the
other focuses on weekly themes
and short videos available online.
Pick up one today to help you
keep the season of Lent.

WEDNESDAY NIGHT STUDY:
Come explore what it means to
forgive and be forgiven on Wednesday evenings during March.
Gather in the pastor’s study from 6:00-7:30 p.m. to watch a short
video and reflect with others on the nature and practice of
forgiveness. Bring your own dinner and questions to the table.
Meetings will be March 2, 9, 16, and 30, with Julia as facilitator.
MONDAY NIGHT REFLECTION:
On Monday, March 21, gather with others to reflect on our Lenten
resource, “Growing a Rule a Life”. Come to discuss your questions
about developing a rule and your thoughts on what spiritual seeds
you would like to plant and what kinds of things you wish you could
prune from your life. Meet in the pastor’s study from 6:30-8:00 p.m.;
snacks provided. Led by Julia and Karen-Marie.

NATIONAL YOUTH EVENT MEETING:
Youth and parents are invited to gather on Sunday, March 6,
after worship to plan for participating in the UCC National
Youth Event in Orlando, FL, July 26-30. The youth need to
raise about $2000 to support the trip. Get involved by making
a donation in support of our youth or offering to help with a
fundraising event. Need more information: contact Kristina
Gilbert, chair of Christian Formation.

FAITH PLACE AND CHILDREN’S
CHURCH SCHOOL:
SUNDAY MORNING ADULT CHRISTIAN
FORMATION FORUM
On Sunday, March 6, Karen-Marie will facilitate another discussion
of Interfaith Cooperation, based on the video series by Eboo Patel.
This series complements our guest presentations on world religions,
and will be our last class until after Easter. Meet in the pastor’s
study from 9:45-10:40 a.m.
After Easter, we will continue our exploration of other religious
traditions – see the April Messenger for details.

As they continue to journey through Lent, children will
explore stories of Jesus’ last weeks of ministry. In Faith
Place, which meets from 9:45-10:40 a.m., the focus will be
on the following stories:
March 6: Jesus in the Temple
March 13: Jesus Rides into Jerusalem
Faith Place will not meet on March 20 (Palm Sunday) or
March 27 (Easter).
In Church School, which meets from 11:15-noon, children
will engage these stories:
March 6: The Jewish Seder
March 13: The Last Supper
March 20: Palm Sunday and Holy Week
March 27: Jesus is Alive!

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Two Spiritual Growth Opportunities...

LECTURE: Wednesday, March 16, 2016
5:15 p.m.

Diana Butler Bass
on her newest book,

Grounded:
Finding God in the World
Book signing to follow!
Lake Chapel, Early Center
Union Presbyterian Seminary
Free and Open to the Public!
.
Diana Butler Bass, leading commentator on religion, politics, and culture, follows up her acclaimed book, Christianity After Religion,
by arguing that what appears to be a decline actually signals a major transformation in how people understand and experience God.
Grounded observes and reports a radical change in the way many people understand God and how they practice faith. In doing so,
Bass invites readers to join this emerging spiritual revolution, find a revitalized expression of faith, and change the world.

LECTURE: March 14
Interfaith Dialogue
Peter W. Ochs, University of Virginia’s Edgar M. Bronfman Professor of Modern Judaic Studies, will address how to reduce religionrelated violence at Union Presbyterian Seminary’s Dawe Lecture, Monday, March 14, 2016, 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. This lecture is free
and open to the public and will address the significance and importance of interfaith dialogue and organizing
Members and
Pastor of
St. John’s,
Dear all,
Thank you for
all you did for my Aunt Helen Karnap. We
know that she loved each and every one of
you. Lisa and I appreciated the memorial,
and it was so nice to meet some of you.
Love in Jesus Christ,
Bill and Lisa Hawthorn

Members and
Pastor of
St. John’s,
The family of
Laura Siff
would like to
thank everyone at St. John’s for their well
wishes, prayers, cards, food and support
following the sudden loss of our dear mother,
grandmother, sister-in law and aunt Larua
Siff. We know that many in the St. John’s
family feel the loss as deeply as we do.
Love,
The Siff family

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MISSION OF THE MONTH
ACTS
ACTS—Area Congregations Together in Service—is a
Greater Richmond interfaith mission providing support and
resources during periods of financial crisis to prevent
homelessness.

ACTS

ACTS serves as a resource to
St. John’s UCC and 50+ other
regional congregations, by
assessing and assisting people
who visit or call the church
seeking financial assistance.
Instead of the church simply
offering a hand out, staff is able
to refer that person to ACTS
who fully assesses the situation
face to face while taking the
necessary time to listen to each
individual and how they got in

financial crisis.
Since it began assisting clients in the Greater Richmond Area
in August 2006, ACTS has financially assisted hundreds of
households and given other more appropriate resources to
hundreds more.
Your support during 2015 enabled 709 people to retain their
stable housing within 305 households. That included 288 children under the age of 18 who would have had their lives disrupted—often an indicator of repeated homelessness during
their adult years.
Your continued financial support is most appreciated by so
many in our community who are in crisis. Special monetary
offerings will be received during March for ACTS.
Thank you for your support!

CARITAS
HAVE YOU SIGNED UP TO ASSIST WITH OUR CARITAS MISSION?

To volunteer, please
sign-up on the
board in the Parlor !

Equality Virginia Dinner April 16th
As in previous years, St. John’s is sponsoring a table at this
year’s Equality Virginia Commonwealth Dinner, which honors
the LGBT community and particular individuals and organizations throughout Virginia who have promoted LGBT
equality. The event includes a pre-dinner reception (cash bar),
a silent auction, the dinner, and after-dinner dancing. This
year’s dinner is the evening of Saturday, April 16th at the
Convention Center. The cost for a non-profit such as St.
John’s is $925 for a table of 10, or $92.50 per ticket, instead of
the regular price of $125 per ticket. If you are interested in
attending, please contact Jeff Jacobs, at
jjacobs@dtiglobal.com or (202) 361-9887.

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March Worship Schedule
DATE
March 6

SCRIPTURE
Joshua 5:9-12
Luke 15:1-3, 11b-32

THEME/Sermon Title
Where do you find yourself in the
story?

HYMNS Responses
43
202
417

Introit: 742
Offering: 785
Peace: 775

Introit: 742
Offering: 785
Peace: 775

March 13

Isaiah 43:16-21
John 12:1-8

Prepared

210 ?
480
52

March 20

Psalm 118:1-2, 19-29
Luke 19:28-40

The Other Parade

216
215
217

Introit: 742
Offering: 785
Peace: 775

March 27

Acts 10:34 - 43
Luke 24:1-12

Resurrection Joy

240
238
245

Introit: 236
Offering:
Printed
Peace: 249

Holy Week WORSHIP PLAN
PALM SUNDAY
March 20 Palm Sunday will include the Palm Sunday Parade and
our worship will focus on the liturgy of the Palms
MAUNDY THURSDAY
March 24 Maundy Thursday will begin with communion around a
simple meal in the parlor followed by Tenebrae in the sanctuary.
GOOD FRIDAY
March 25 there will be a NOON service for all the West End
Ecumenical Cluster of Churches on Good Friday at Brookland
United Methodist Church, 2501 Staples Mill Road, Richmond VA
23230.
EASTER
March 27 Easter Sunday worship will include special music,
communion and conclude with the singing of the Hallelujah Chorus.

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2016 St. John’s Financial Picture
Year to date January 31, 2016
2016 Budget

Budget YTD

Actual YTD

Income
Pledge Payments*
Cash Offerings
Other Income
(Endowment Contributions
Parking Lot Rental, Wedding Income, etc.)

$111,000
$11,000
$125,150

$9,250
$917
$26,208

$5,568
$1,263
$26,307

Total Income

$247,150

$0
$36,375

$0
$33,138

Personnel
Committees
Operations/Maintenance
Local Benevolences
Other

193,754
21,370
116,690
7,150
9,300

Total Expenses

348,264

20,752
1,781
9,570
2,583
34,686

19,336
586
5,097
2,835
$0
27,854

Income/Expenses Total
surplus (deficit)

(101,114)

1,689

Expenses

5,284

NOTE:
1. Income includes a total of $85,000 annual contribution from Endowment Fund ($7083 monthly)
2. Annual Deficit to be covered by Endowment Fund

Did You Know!
A. Pledge income covers only 32% of planned expenses
B. Personnel expense is 54% of planned expenses
C. Operations/Maintenance expense is 33% of planned expenses
Please
turnand
in Power expense is $34,000 or $2,833 per month
D. Gas,
Water
your pledge
cards any time
between now
and
Stewardship
Sunday,
November 8.

SPECIAL FACILITIES FUND

Extra cards
and envelopes
are available
We are making
very good progress with the Facilities Fund Drive. At this point
in the office
we have collected
$33,285.41. Please continue to use the Green Special
or from an
Facilities Envelopes
usher. to contribute to this fund that is to be used to do much

needed repairs to our facilities.
Thank you.

$50,000 -

$37,500 -

$25,000 -

SPECIAL
FACILITIES
FUND

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A TIME OF REMEMBRANCE

THE ST. JOHH’S FELLOWSHIP
The Fellowship meeting on March 10th will be a time of
remembrance. There have been a number of losses in the
last year as well as recent years. This will be a time to
remember not only Laura Siff and Helen Karnap but also
others. A time to share stories and celebrate those who have
gone before us. We will begin at 10:30 am.

MEMBERSHIP UPDATES
Tickets on sale March 14

New email:
Chris Hagan
chrishagan1@verizon.net

Deaths:

GUIDED

We extend our Christian Sympathy to the
family and friends of these St. John’s
Members:
Helen Karnap
Laura Siff

New Members:

March 7, 2016
St. John’s Reiki Room
Available for anyone who has completed Reiki I training

We will be receiving new members
into our church family on Easter
Sunday. If you are interested in
joining us, please speak with
Pastor Linda as soon as possible!

Fellowship Coordinator:
Sal Anselmo 358-1696

March 6
Welcome
Team
Leader

Bill Watson

March 13
Bill Watson

March 20
Doug Waldrop

March 27
Doug Waldrop

Lay Readers Coordinator:
Sal Anselmo 358-1696
Altar Guild Coordinator:
Sonny Darnell 743-7528

Sound
System

Mark Atkinson

Mark Atkinson

Jeff Michel

Jeff Michel

Tellers

Jeff Jacobs
Scott Siefert

Jeff Jacobs
Scott Siefert

Rob Osborn
Tony Sharpenstein
Daniel Martin

Rob Osborn
Tony Sharpenstein
Daniel Martin

Liturgists

Abby Ward
Chris Ward

Daniel Martin
Sal Anselmo

Barbara Etter
Bryan Etter

Kristina Gilbert
Daniel Martin

Facilities

Bill Watson

Bill Watson

Bud Higgins

Bud Higgins

Erin Burnette

Cheryl Goode

Dorothy Cook

Johanna Gilbert

Georgianne Stinnett

Arthur Dewey

Sonny Darnell

Bryan Anderegg

Don Stiegler
Beth Stiegler

Congregational Life
and Care

Altar Guild

Tellers Coordinator:
Bud Higgins 301-5059

Fellowship
Hosts

Elisabeth Burnette

Flowers

Sonny Darnell

Gilbert family

To volunteer to be a Liturgist or
Fellowship Host sign up on the sheet in
the Parlor!

Please find a substitute if you
are unable to perform your
ministry and contact your
team coordinator AND the
office to let them know who
will be filling in for you.
Thank you for making our
church ministries run
smoothly!

To order fresh flowers to be placed
on the altar in honor of a special
occasion or person or in
remembrance of someone, please
sign-up on the flower chart on the
bulletin board in the hallway near
the Pastor’s Office or contact
Sonny Darnell at 743-7528 or
kenandsonny@comcast.net
$45.00 for two beautiful bou-

2016

March
1

2

311:30 am NA

4

5

10:00 am Staff

5 pm Card Ministry
6:00 pm Adult
Bible Study

Office Closed

1:00 pm SJP

11:30 am NA Meeting

5:30 pm Worship &
Music
7:00 pm Choir

CARITAS

CARITAS

11

12

CARITAS

6

7

9:45 Faith Formation

12:30 NYE Meeting

CARITAS

13

9:00 am Small

Group Visioning

9:45 Faith
Formation
11 am Worship

9
5 pm Card Ministry

11:30 am NA Meeting

6:00 pm Adult
Bible Study

CARITAS

14
6:30 pm Council
7:30 pm Lecture

CARITAS

10:30 am THE
FELLOWSHIP

8:00 am Indian Orthodox

16

11:30 am NA Meeting

CARITAS

22

CARITAS

28

CARITAS

17

18

19

11:30 am NA

Office Closed

7:00 pm Choir

CARITAS

23

24

5 pm Card Ministry

11:30 am NA Meeting

10:00 am Staff
Meeting
11:30 am NA Meeting

CARITAS

CARITAS

5 pm Card Ministry
5:15 Lecture
6:00 pm Adult
Bible Study

21
6:30 pm Adult Lenten
Forum

CARITAS

15

20

CARITAS

CARITAS

29

30

7:00 pm Private Event

7:00 pm Choir

10:00 am Staff

CARITAS

EASTER

Office Closed

11:30 am NA Meeting

CARITAS

CARITAS

10

8

CARITAS

9:30 am Palm
Parade
11 am Worship

CARITAS

10:00 am Staff
6:00 pm REIKI share

11 am Worship

CARITAS

CARITAS

25

6:30 pm
MAUNDY
THURSDAY

CARITAS

Office closed

NOON Good
Friday Service

8:00 pm NA Event

CARITAS

26
1:00 pm SJP

9:30-3:30 Blood
Drive

CARITAS

CARITAS

31

11 am Worship

CARITAS

CARITAS

1
2
3
4
5
5

Teresa Jolles
Ginny Etter
David Townsend
Sonny Darnell
Rick Cook
Joan Cooper

7
13
16
31

Florence Cross
Frances Smith Vass
Scott Siefert
Johanna Gilbert