Christ is Risen! He is risen, indeed! Join us as we celebrate the empty tomb. Wonderful instrumental and choral music. Child care available. There will be an Easter Egg hunt for the children following worship and hot cross buns and deviled eggs in the Fireplace Room.
Make sure your favorite hymns and religious songs are included in the May Music Madness competition. You can nominate up to sixteen of your favorite hymns. Turn the form into the church office or send your list by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The songs DO NOT have to be in our hymnal. The winner of the … [Read more…]
Easter Sunday Service: 10:30 am Special choral music and guest trumpeter. Child care is provided during worship. Easter egg hunt following worship for children. Coffee fellowship with hot cross buns and deviled eggs.
Saturday, April 15, 9 am to noon: Help clean and decorate for Easter. This will involve both inside and outside work. Outside we will rake and weed and pick up “micro trash.”
1 Corinthians 11:23b-26 …the Lord Jesus on the night when he was betrayed took a loaf of bread, and when he had given thanks, he broke it and said, “This is my body that is for you. Do this in remembrance of me.” In the same way he took the cup also, after supper, saying, … [Read more…]
Palm Sunday: April 9 Worship at 10:30 will include the traditional parade of palms Maundy Thursday: April 13 Service begins at 7:30 pm and will include communion Good Friday: April 14 7 pm at Piedmont Presbyterian Church, 5760 NE Cleveland Ave, a service of readings, songs and prayers with progressive extinguishing of candles Saturday, April … [Read more…]
KPC Lenten Dinner Series. The season of Lent, the weeks preceding Easter, are for us a time of study and discernment. Thursday, April 6: Affirming Our Community Menu: Chicken Pot Pie Program: Jamey Duhamel, Policy Director for City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly, will talk about efforts to support afforable housing and assure tenant rights. Commissioner Eudaly … [Read more…]
Program: Sustainability in Prisons Project Speakers Stacy Moore and Jessie Brothers will present a slide show about their work with the Institute for Applied Ecology in Corvallis. They will talk about the “Sustainability in Prisons Project,” where inmates are involved in growing sagebrush to help the greater sage-grouse and raising plants to help feed the … [Read more…]
The March 23 Lenten Dinner speaker was featured in two articles written by Tom Hallman in the Oregonian recently. “He Was Just Looking for a Second Chance,” February 10, 2017 “Refugee’s Circle of Impact Continues to Grow,” March 3, 2017 The following is the contents of the March 3 column: My recent column about refugee … [Read more…]
Eric Nzayiramya, a former refugee in Rwanda, shares his story. We will also learn more about the work of the organization “These Numbers Have Faces.” We gather at 6:15 pm with dinner at 6:30. Program starts about 7 pm. There is no charge for the dinner, but a donation basket will be available. The meal … [Read more…]