March eNews

Ash Wednesday – March 5 at 7pm

Ash WednesdayThe Lenten Season begins with our Ash Wednesday gathering tomorrow at 7pm. There will be a time for worship, reflection and the imposition of the ashes. Childcare available for children ages 0-5. We hope you can join us.

Journey to the Cross – A Family Experience

Thursday, March 13, 6:30 pm

Journey to the CrossHow do we share the story of the cross with our kids?  How do we engage Christ throughout the season of Lent and Easter? Come join in an evening of hands-on experience, conversation, and fun! We’ll gather on Thursday, March 13th from 6:30 – 8:00 pm in Banner Hall. Childcare is provided for children ages 0-2. Preschool and older will participate in the experience with families.

The cost is free, but we need to know who’s coming to plan for materials.
CLICK HERE  to register. Registration closes March 9th.

Generosity Project Celebration

Sunday, March 9, 2014

It's TimeDue to last weekend’s weather, we will be culminating the public portion of our Generosity Project this Sunday at all three gatherings. If you would like more information on the project, you can go to our“It’s Time” page to view all of the videos so far as well as read FAQs about the project. We have already received a number of enthusiastic responses through the process and we’re looking forward to celebrating with you this weekend.

Jacob’s Well Easter Choir

Love to sing? Then you should totally come be a part of our Easter Choir! That’s right, we are trying something new this year and bringing together a choir to join the music team on Easter Sunday, and we’d love for you to come join. All adults and teens ages 14+ are welcome, and music-reading skills are not required. We do need you to be able to commit to 2 rehearsals beforehand, and sing at all three gatherings on Easter Sunday morning at 7, 9 and 11am.  (We promise to provide coffee!). If you’re interested in learning more, CLICK HERE to sign up and we will email you more information about rehearsals, music, etc. So spread the word to your friends, and come join! (The photo above is from the old Roanoke Presbyterian Church archives)