This coming Sunday, February 23, is the conclusion
of the Lenten Season as we hear and remember
the story of Jesus' Transfiguration on the mountain.
We all have mountaintop experiences where we
sense God's presence in vibrant ways. Peter,
James and John wanted it to last forever, but
were told to listen to God's beloved son. We
are much like these three men in our discipleship,
and as we experience the mountains and valleys
of our lives, we seek to experience God' presence
in many and various ways.
to have some pasta, salad, breadsticks and dessert
after worship as we prepare for Lent to begin.
The dinner will be on the first floor of the
education wing, hopefully to make it easier
for folks to either stay and eat together or
get a "to go" meal and head to home
or work. It is a free-will offering, proceeds
to go to the Camp Noah project of Peace Lutheran
Church outside of Dayton. You are also invited
to bring a dessert to share if you so wish.
are large print Lenten devotional booklets available
in the lobby for those who would like to engage
in this time of prayer and personal worship
Wednesday is February 26, and we will have our
traditional services of imposition of ashes
and Holy Communion at 11:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m.
there was a brief obituary for David McKean
in the Columbus Dispatch yesterday, but there
is also an expanded version online. Here is
will see you in worship