Lenten Evening Services 2017

Come and join us and our local Christian Community each Wednesday evening as we travel to a different local church to hear a different pastor and learn about Spiritual Disciplines. The Services will begin at 5:30 p.m., and Wednesday services will be followed by a soup supper. At each service, Communion will be served and a monetary collection will be taken to support Ruth’s Place.

The address for each participating church is listed below the weekly schedule. If you would like to attend, but do not have a ride, please call the church office (570-288-8434).

Weekly Schedule

Wednesday, March 8: Service will be hosted by Church of Christ Uniting, with Reverend Dr. Carol Fleming  preaching on the topic of Worship and Service.

Wednesday, March 15: Service will be hosted by Westmoor Church of Christ with Reverend Joseph Stokas preaching on the topic of Prayer.

Wednesday, March 22: Service will be hosted by Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, with Reverend Paul Metzloff preaching on the topic of Confession.

Wednesday, March 29: Service will be hosted by First Welsh Presbyterian Church, with Reverend James Shanley preaching on the topic of Study and Scripture.

Wednesday, April 5: Service will be hosted by Dr. Edwards Memorial Congregational Church, with Reverend Shawn Walker preaching.

Wednesday, April 12: No service.

Maundy Thursday, April 13: Service will be at any of the participating churches. Service at Church of Christ Uniting will begin at 7:00 p.m.

Friday, April 14 at noon: Join us at Church of Christ Uniting for Reverend Dennis Dewey, Biblical Storyteller: “Hear your favorite stories again for the first time.” Rev. Dewey is from Utica, New York. He is the retired pastor from Stone Presbyterian Church in Clinton, New York.

Locations

Church of Christ Uniting, 190 South Sprague Avenue, Kingston
Westmoor Church of Christ, 57 South Goodwin Avenue, Kingston
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 813 Wyoming Avenue, Kingston
First Welsh Presbyterian Church, 398 Main Street, Edwardsville
Dr. Edwards Memorial Congregational Church, 668 Main Street, Edwardsville

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