Posts with the tag “easter”
A Revealing Truth
by Miriam Rossow on April 17th, 2020
The Road to Emmaus account is found in Luke 24:13-35. The word Emmaus means “hot springs.” Emmaus was a small village about 7 miles from Jerusalem. How far is church from your house? How far is the grocery store? Think about something that is about 7 miles from your house? Do you think you could walk there? In today’s lesson two men walked to Emmaus from Jerusalem, and Jesus walked with them.
He is Risen. He is Risen Indeed, Alleluia!
by Miriam Rossow on April 11th, 2020
ALLELUIA is a joyful expression meaning Praise the Lord! During Lent we omit the word Alleluia from our worship. Lent is a quiet, reflective season in the church year. Easter is a festive celebration of Jesus’ Resurrection when our Alleluias ring again loud and clear! Alleluia! Happy Easter! This lesson will show us why Easter makes us excited to celebrate! Jesus conquered death and rose from the dead, giving us eternal life in Him!
Staff Favorite Recipes
by Miriam Rossow on April 7th, 2020
Neither of these activities will be taking place this year due to the Covid-19 pandemic that our world is struggling with this year. In these times of change and uncertainty the staff would like to share with you some of our favorite recipes for your Easter celebration. Many of these recipes come from the recipe cookbook Let These Gifts to us be Blessed that the Women of the Word put together in 2010. I will note the page and original submitter for each recipe found in the cookbook.
Celebrate Holy Week at Home
by Miriam Rossow on April 1st, 2020
As we prepare for a Holy Week that is like nothing we have ever experienced before we want to provide you with resources to make your Holy Week meaningful and special. Read A Different Kind of Holy Week for some thoughts on this Holy Week experience. We will be posting services that will not be the same as if we were in person and will be beneficial to you and your family. Use these activities and resources to supplement and make your Holy Week experience deeper. Look for Jesus in your week and for what He might be teaching and showing you in your life.
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Fall Bible Classes
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Forward in Faith
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Reflections on the Imposition of Ashes
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COS Annual Food Drive
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