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noon March 28: Matthew 21:1-11 via Zoom.
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Phone Number: +1 312 626 6799 US (Chicago)
Meeting ID: 831 3472 3428 Passcode: 290405
Upcoming Ecclesiastical Council for Duane Lahti
Sunday, March 26, 2023, 4 pm, Location TBA
Wave your palms and sing “Hosanna!” when you attend Palm Sunday Worship
on Sunday, April 2nd at 10:30 a.m.
Good Friday Service, April 7, 7 pm
Tenebrae Service with performance of the cantata “He Shall Be Lifted Up,” music by Philip Seward and Janet Cameron. Spread the word and invite people to this special service.
Sunday April 9, 10:30 a.m.
Lilies and tulips will decorate the sanctuary as we celebrate the good news of Christ’s resurrection!
The service will be followed by:
Easter Egg Hunt
RETURN TO TRADITION: THE SIGN-UP SHEET
I have an important church artifact in my office: the 2020 EUCC Worship Participants List. People signed up to be Scripture Readers and Fellowship Ambassadors. Sundays in January, February and the first week of March were crossed off because they had completed their duties. Then it stops even though the rest of the next few months are filled.
We are returning to the SignUp Sheet tradition. Starting April 2nd, you can sign up to be a Greeter, Welcome/Announcement person, or Scripture Reader. The Greeter needs to be on duty by 10:10. (Yes, regulars arrive later but how is a visitor to know that no one arrives until 10:25?) The Welcome/Announcement person will need to be in place by 10:30 waiting for the “ready to begin” sign from Fiona Groth. (It’s the sign for “touchdown.”) The scripture reader will be listed at the appropriate place in the order of worship.
Both the Welcome person and Scripture Reader will receive their portions of the service via e-mail on the preceding Thursday.
In this time in the life of the church, all traditions return with a new feature: you can sign-up online. Here is the link: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0945AFA62CA7F5C16-volunteer
The return of the sign-up sheet was one of the suggestions received from our Focus Group discussions. Participants make a difference in how the congregation is perceived both by visitors and online guests. Plus, your friends who sit in the pews every week want to see your “bright, shiny faces” as well.
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