Reminder: Clocks move ahead 1 hour on March 13
YOUR JOURNEY WITH GOD
Sunday, March 6
After worship in Fellowship Hall join the Breakfast Conversation about the ways God has interacted with your life. Looking to the “Why” in your daily life.
Breakfast will be Continental in style.
St. Patrick’s Day Luncheon
Sunday, March 13
Irish music, Irish – American (Corned Beef, Cabbage, Potatoes, and more) Food and lots of fun after worship.
Why does a Reformed (Protestant) Church celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Long before the mass Irish migration that was instigated by the Potato Famine of 1845, Protestant Irish who supported King William (of Orange) and Queen Mary in the 1688 Glorious Revolution against King James II migrated in the 18th Century. An example of this occurred after the siege of Londenderry (Derry, Ireland) Defending against the Catholic Jacobites in 1688 many of the Protestant (Orange) Williamites were rewarded with land in the American Colonies. These Protestant Irish settled wilderness areas of Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey, Virginia, and beyond. 13 American Presidents had Scots (Ulster) Irish roots.
Holy Week Worship at the Old Stone Church
Palm Sunday – March 20, 10:00 am “Where is the Power?”
Maundy Thursday – March 24, 7:30 pm “Where is the Victory?”
Good Friday – March 25 – Mid-day Meditation, 12:00-3:00 pm
Evening Vespers, 7:30pm
“Where is the Sacrifice?”
SUNRISE SERVICE 7:00 AM
The Sunrise Service begins at the north section (cruciform & benches) of the cemetery and processes to the sanctuary. In the event of rain or you cannot follow the procession, the sanctuary will be open for worshippers to gather and join in the service.
TRADITIONAL WORSHIP 10:00 AM
“Where is the Body?”