JOIN US ON THE JOURNEY: HOLY WEEK
From despair to hope
From suffering to healing
From grief to joy
From the cross to resurrection
1. Rev. Melissa will distribute palms in front of the church on Saturday, March 27 from noon-1:30. You may also take a Holy Week poster to post outside of your home.
2. Palms will be available for you to take one anytime this week from the bucket on the church steps (please close the gate behind you).
3. If you live locally and would like someone from the Community Care Connections team to bring a palm to you, please email: email@example.com
Celebrate Palm Sunday with Holy Communion
MARCH 28 AT 11AM ON ZOOM
When Jesus rides into Jerusalem, the people had hopes he would heal the oppressive system they were living under. We know that his healing was not confined to that moment in history, but offers a new way of life that has made a case for compassion for all, especially “the least,” ever since. Wave palm branches or colorful scarves as we usher in this holy week.
APRIL 1 AT 6:30PM ON ZOOM
We will gather around dinner tables in our homes, breaking bread, sharing in conversation, and remembering the evening that Jesus spent with his friends before he was arrested. During dessert we will experience spoken word from members of Creative Expressions.
Good Friday Cooperative Parish 7 LAST WORDS Service
APRIL 2 AT NOON ON ZOOM
Join other United Methodists churches in our area in spoken and musical reflection of the words Jesus spoke from the cross. Rev. Melissa Hinnen and student minister, Migdalia Moore will each be offering reflections along with other clergy in the cooperative parish.
Click LINK to join. Passcode: 677529
Good Friday Family Friendly Justice Prayer Walk
APRIL 2 AT 3:30 IN PERSON
MEET IN FRONT OF PARK SLOPE UMC
We solemnly remember the walk that Jesus took, and follow the cross, while praying with our community for justice. Make and bring signs with messages representing your hope for a better world. Percussion instruments are welcome. Please socially distance and those three and older are required to wear a mask.
APRIL 2 AT 8:00PM ON ZOOM
Experience the retelling of the Passion story through word and song, shadow and light. The congregation is invited to reflect on what it means, during the COVID pandemic and with our experiences of racism and violence this past year, to be anointed with oil, to share in the Last Supper, to offer prayers at Gethsemane and to witness the violent nature of Jesus’ death on the cross and words of forgiveness as he breathes his last.