March 4th Third Sunday of Lent
Title:“More Precious Than Gold”
Scripture: Psalm 19 & John 2:1322
Thought for Reflection: The story of Jesus driving the moneychangers from the Temple courts does not fit with our expectations of a meek and mild Jesus, does it? His passion for purity in the Temple is a profound expression of his love for his Father and proper worship. How do we express our own reverence for God?

March 11th Fourth Sunday of Lent
Title:"Ugliness Transformed"
Scripture: Psalm 107:1-3, 17-22 & John 3:14-21
Thought for Reflection: We are lucky enough to live in a free society where the expression of religion is enshrined in law. It means that we are constantly surrounded by the symbol of the cross. Its so ubiquitous that it can almost go unnoticed, people even wear it as jewelry. For the people of Jesus time it had a different meaning. It is a small sign of Gods unimaginable grace that what once brought terror can now bring peace and joy.

Sermon Title:“What Do We Love”
Scripture: Jeremiah 31:27-34 & John 12:20-33
Thought for Reflection: "Anyone who loves their life will lose it, while anyone who hates their life in this world will keep it for eternal life.' Jesus words cut to the heart of our faith - the Christian is to let go here and now and to trust that God has more in store for us.

March 25th Palm Sunday
Sermon Title:“The King Approaches”
Scripture: Psalm 118:1-2, 19-29 & Mark 11:1-11
Thought for Reflection: Ah, what a different type of king. On a colt instead of a warhorse. Riding over palm fronds and leading a ragtag collection of peasants, farmers, and sinners. Of course, God rarely acts according to our earthly expectations. Hail the Mighty King!

Maundy Thursday Fellowship Dinner 6:30 followed by Holy Communion and the Liturgy of the Pas-sion 7:15
Sermon Title:“Gather at the Table; Depart to Serve”
Scripture for Passover: Exodus: 12:1-14, 1 Corinthians 11:23-26, John 13:117, 31b35
Scripture for Passion: Matthew 26:20-25, Luke 22:40-44, Matthew 26:40-45, Matthew 26:47-50,55,56, Matthew 26:59-67, Mark 15:12-20, & Luke 23:33-46
Thought for Reflection: For the disciples, the Passover was a celebration of God's deliverance in their past. Unbeknownst to them, God is about to perform an even bigger miracle - an act of deliverance in their future, and for the future of all of humankind.

March 30th Good Friday Prayer Service at 12:15 pm
Scripture: Isaiah 52:13 - 53:12, Psalm 22, Hebrews 10:1625, & John 18:1 - 19:42
Thought for Reflection: We will gather for a short service of scripture and prayers to reflect on the sacrifice that Jesus made for each and every one of us.

April 1st Easter Sunrise 7:23 am DST at the obelisk (if weather is inclimate, we'll gather in sanctuary)
Sermon Title:“Rising”
Scripture: Isaiah 25:6-9 & Acts 10:3443
Thought for Reflection: We will gather in the cemetery for a short service of scripture, song, and prayers to reflect on the miracle of the empty tomb. That Jesus rose for each and every one of us.

April 1st Easter Holy Communion Service 10 am
Sermon Title:“Now, Brothers and Sisters, I Want to Remind You”
Scripture: Psalm 118:1-2, 14-24, I Corinthians 15:1-11 & John 20:1-18
Thought for Reflection: This is the day the Lord has made; we will rejoice and be glad in it! We gather with brothers and sisters around the globe to proclaim that the empty tomb means that human history is forever altered. We live without fear of death and live into hope for the resurrection.