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ANNOUNCEMENTS, WEEK OF MARCH 18, 2018
Schedule for Holy Week
Palm Sunday – March 25
*Regular worship time at 10:00.
*Extended reading of Passion Story
*Sermon will be a monologue from the Lenten series on “The Centurion”
*No communion on this day as the focus of Holy Week communion will be
Maundy Thursday – March 29
*Worship at 7:00
*Worship will include Holy Communion and striping of the altar
Good Friday – March 30
*Worship at 7:00
*Sermon will finish Lenten sermons with the focus on “John”.
Saturday – March 31
*10:00 a.m. – Easter Egg Hunt
EASTER – April 1
* 8:15 outdoor service
*Breakfast from 9:00 until 9:45
*Worship at 10:00
*Communion at both services
Lenten Sermon Topics
Wed., March 21 – Judas
Palm Sunday, March 25 – The Centurion
Thursday, March 29 (Maundy Thursday) - Communion in the Midst of Betrayal
Friday, March 30 (Good Friday) – John
Welcome to Our Saviour’s
We are going to have a “Welcome to OSLC” session on Sunday, April 8 at 11:15, right after worship. We will meet for lunch, a time to get acquainted, and an introduction to Lutheranism and to OSLC. This session is for people who are new to the congregation who would like to learn more, and for long time members who would like a refresher!
Sunday School Planting the Garden
We are going to plant a garden in our back area. The Sunday school will do the planting today at 9:00. Thank you to all who are helping with this project!
Helping with Easter Egg Hunt
There is a table in the narthex to sign up to help with the Easter Egg Hunt and to get eggs for stuffing. Please stop by!
After celebrating Easter with perhaps all sorts of goodies, get ready to enjoy another delicious luncheon prepared by our very own Jenny Videtto. She has volunteered to
prepare a Tex-Mex lunch with ice cream for dessert. Mark your calendars now, for
April 12, 2018 at 12 noon at OSLC.
Following the luncheon and a short meeting, the speaker will be Andy Meisenheimer who teaches Tai Chi twice a week at The First Christian Church in Tyler. This is a topic that should be of interest to those of us with much wisdom. There are many benefits to Tai Chi among which is helping one’s balance.
Once again, mark your calendars and do plan to attend the next Primetimer’s meeting. Not only will the food be great, but there will be the opportunity to learn one way to benefit the body. There is no one who will intimidate you or nothing to obligate you, just great folks to welcome you, so give us a try and do bring friends.
Please notify Mary Ferguson by April 9th if you plan to attend. Since Jenny is so graciously preparing the meal, let’s be helpful & respectful & let her know how much food to prepare.