Pastor Clay Knick3/29/15 Passion/Palm Sunday
Text: Mark 1:1-11
Theme: Glorious Entrance
Title: Glorious Parade
Pastor Clay's sermons are usually posted on Tuesdays.
What's HappeningMaundy Thursday, April 2 7:00 pm
Journey to the Cross: Meditating on the events of Jesus' final days and His resurrection:
Friday, April 3rd from 5 PM - 10 PM before and after the
Good Friday Tenebrae Service at 7 PM
Saturday, April 4th 5 pm - 8 PM
• This is an invitation to take the challenge of shutting out the noise and distractions of everyday life long enough to quiet your soul and listen to the Spirit of God.
• This Journey to the Cross is not about an agenda or meeting anyone's expectations. It is simply a time and a place for you to draw close to Jesus.
• Take a personal journey through 13 stations which retrace the events in Jesus's last hours.
• You may come to this event anytime during the above dates and times.
A 24 Hour Prayer Vigil will begin at the conclusion of the Tenebrae Service through Saturday at 8 pm. You are welcome to come to the Sanctuary to offer up prayer to our Lord and Savior during this time. We will also have volunteers lifting up prayer for individuals, our church, our community, our country, and our world during this time. Cross
Easter Sunday, April 5 Sunday School 9:30 am Easter Egg Hunt for children 9:30 am
One Worship service at 10:30 am
Lenten Lunch Schedule
WARM Appreciation Dinner April 9, 6-8 pm
Preschool Dinner and Show April 22
UMW Yard Sale & Bazaar Save the Date April 25, 8:00 am to 1:00 pm
More information about events in theMarch 29 Espire.
The Lighted Spire Monthly Newsletters
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Who We Are
|Main Street United Methodist Church is one of the oldest United Methodist churches in the Shenandoah Valley and is located in the heart of downtown Waynesboro, Virginia. Main Street is an active, growing community of faith through Christian Education, missions and community outreach programs, fellowship, music ministry , Children's Ministry and Youth Ministry. The well-rounded, Christian oriented Preschool program is based on the curriculum of the United Methodist Church. Main Street has an active United Methodist Women's group. Main Street is also a Stephen Ministry congregation with lay people who have been specially trained to provide uniquely Christian care to those experiencing important or difficult situations.
Main Street Church is handicap accessible and has an elevator.
Our mission is to love God, grow in faith and serve Christ.
Our vision for accomplishing this mission is to:
Fall in love with God through Christ-Centered Worship.
Grow as disciples of Christ in small groups.
Serve Christ through gift-based team ministry.
Pastor, Reverend Clay Knick
Pastor Emeritus, Reverend Bill Mayton
Certified Lay Minister, Harold Baldwin
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