On Thursday, March 29 at 6:30 pm in the Fellowship Hall, we mark Maundy/Holy Thursday by sharing a simple meal and worshipping together as a Christian family.
Some food will be provided. Please bring a platter of finger sandwiches, rolls/bread or apple slices to share in the Fellowship Hall.
So that we may have room for all, please RSVP to the office 770/497.0233 and/or email email@example.com, with the number attending and what you will bring.
All are welcome – please bring a friend.
Lent is an important time of reflection, in which we as Christians consider Christ’s sufferings and rethink how we are called to take up our own crosses. Some of us give up things like chocolate or Facebook or Netflix as a sort of fasting and others try to integrate something new into their lives, like mission work, exercising and praying. It’s a good season to take a “Journey with Jesus” and rethink how we live and to let some things go, or may even develop some new holy habits.
In that spirit, we encourage you to consider attending a Lenten Small Group. Choose one in the area where you live to have fellowship and learn together, using the study:
“The Ridiculous Journey: Following A Nobody From Nowhere”
Check out one of several options in the image above, under “Connect & Reflect,” and then RSVP to the Church Office, 770-497-0233.
We also invite you to become involved in the life of the congregation during the Lenten season by checking out the opportunities listed above in the image, under “Fellowship & Serve.”
Maybe you’re already participating in Chancel Choir, so consider also serving dinner at Clifton Sanctuary Ministries as a way of putting sung beliefs into action. Or if you’re feeling the need to develop more meaningful relationships, the Men’s Breakfast or the Book Club would be the perfect fit. There’s so many ways to develop meaningful faith experiences as we go on a journey with Jesus.
Let there be… a voice! Celebrate the 2nd Sunday of Advent as the Chancel Choir w/orchestra leads us in a music-filled worship of hymns for the season of Advent and Christmas. The Children’s Choirs and Middle School Ensemble, as well as a Liturgical Dance Group, will also share their gifts of praise. 8:30 and 11 am worship services!
Pentecost Sunday, June 4–Wear Red!
Come celebrate Pentecost–the coming of the Holy Spirit among Christ’s followers (as wind and flaming tongues of fire) and the birth of the Church Universal as told in Acts 2!
Wear red, which is the liturgical color for this special Church holiday that is observed by Christians across the globe.
If you don’t have any red, wear symbolic colors of flame like orange or yellow.
Or buy a brand new red PHPC T-Shirt!
Available for purchase in the Narthex, outside the Sanctuary on Sunday!!!! If you want to grab a shirt before Sunday, stop by Jody’s office this week.
Also, don’t miss out on our Summer Schedule!