LITURGICAL COLOR: PURPLE and BURLAP
The cross and pulpit paraments are now purple signifying we are in the Season of Lent in the church year. The altar parament is made of burlap, which reminds us of sackcloth, the traditional fabric worn by persons seeking and applying themselves to the work of repentance and renewal. Lent is a 40-day season that reminds of Jesus’ forty days in the wilderness where he was tempted and made his first statements of faith. The color purple is a color of royalty. Our King came to die; from his weakness on the cross we receive our greatest strength in the gift of resurrection.
‘CAFÉ FAITH’ LENTEN STUDY THIS WEDNESDAY
Café Faith is a Wednesday lunchtime study and fellowship opportunity. We gather via ZOOM link. Join us as we enjoy our meal, enjoy our fellowship, and enjoy time spent in the Word with God. We begin our study using Savior by Rev. Magrey deVega.
Our guiding texts for this week’s discussion are I Peter 2:20-24 and Romans 3:23-26 as we explore Substitutionary Atonement Theory.
Email Pastor Sarah – firstname.lastname@example.org – to receive the Zoom Link information.
FRIDAY MORNING MEN’S BIBLE STUDY via ZOOM
Join with fellows in the SSUMC Family for a time of study and fellowship via Zoom on Friday mornings at 8am. Connect with Terry Jackson via email@example.com to receive the Zoom credentials.
INTERESTED IN RECEIVING SERMON TRANSCRIPTS?
Pastor Sarah makes her sermon transcripts available via email each week. If you would like to be added to the weekly sermon transcript distribution, please send your request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
INTERESTED IN CONNECTING WITH PASTOR SARAH?
Pastor Sarah is available to safely meet in person or electronically with folks that would appreciate sharing a pastoral visit. Please contact the Church Office or email her directly - email@example.com - to schedule a time with her.