Jewish seder meal

On Thursday, March 28 we will gather together in Nelson Hall as a church family to celebrate the traditional Jewish Seder Meal together. The Passover Seder is the traditional meal instituted by God for Israel to remember the events surrounding the nation’s exodus from Egypt. The meal includes whole families sitting at tables together, rehearsing the story, and tasting symbolic food and drink as described in Exodus 12. What makes it so fun for us to celebrate the Passover Seder is that we all know with great clarity that the center of the story, the center of the meal, points to the Lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world. Our hope is that you will be encouraged and remember what the Lord has done and that this will make Good Friday and Resurrection Sunday extra special this year. Both adults and children are welcome to attend! To register, please click the link below. For more information or if you have questions, please contact

Laura Hatt at [email protected]

Welcome workshop

"Who’s my neighbor? What is WOW 10? What’s my role when I walk into Church?” Discover the answers to these questions and more while having fun with friends and new acquaintances. The Welcome Workshop is not just for Welcome Team members…it’s for everyone…it’s for you! Join us on Saturday, March 16 from 9:00AM - 12:00PM in the Cornerstone. Refreshments and lunch provided. Click the link below to register! Please register by March 10. For more information, please contact Carl and Diane Casavecchia at [email protected] or Nicole Calhoun at [email protected].