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Join us on Ash Wednesday for a powerful start to the Lenten season. These contemplative services will include the imposition of ashes and the Sacrament of the Lord’s Supper, symbolizing our need for God's grace and our desire to draw closer to God. All are welcome to experience the grace and renewal that Ash Wednesday offers. Don't miss this meaningful opportunity to begin your Lenten journey. We hope to see you there!
February 21- March 20
Potluck Dinner – 6:00 pm – Memorial Parlor
Lenten Service – 7:00 pm – Memorial Parlor
Everyone is invited to join us for our weekly Lenten Potluck Dinners which begin on Wednesday, February 21, and continue through March 20. Signup sheets will be on the table in Weir Foyer for those planning to attend each week. Dinner will begin at 6:00 pm, and a brief worship service at 7:00 pm. Both the dinner and worship will take place in Memorial Parlor.
Our theme for the Wednesday Worship services this year is “Symbols of Sacrifice”:
February 21 The Basin & The Towel
February 28 Mary’s Alabaster Box
March 6 The Rooster
March 13 The Crown of Thorns
March 20 The Palm Branch
1:00 pm – Memorial Parlor
CREED: What Christians Believe and Why Exploring the Apostles’ Creed
From the earliest times, Christians made attempts to summarize their essential beliefs. Beginning in the late second or early third centuries, these summaries of the faith are found in the creeds of the Church. The most enduring of these still studied and recited today, is the Apostles’ Creed, perhaps because it provides a concise and very early outline of Christian theology. For Christians, the beliefs expressed in the Apostles’ Creed are foundational. Once we learn about the Apostles’ Creed and why we say it, we can speak the words with enthusiasm and confidence!
This year, the Monday Afternoon Study group will explore this ancient yet relevant creed as a Lenten study. All are invited to be part of the discussion beginning Monday, February 19, at 1:00 pm in Memorial Parlor. We will use the book “Creed” by Adam Hamilton to guide us in our study. Hamilton considers important questions of life, reality, and truth in this book. He explores not only what Christians believe but also why they believe it and why it matters. Copies of the book are available for $10.00. The class schedule is as follows:
February 19 God
February 26 Jesus Christ
March 4 The Holy Spirit
March 11 The Church and the Communion of Saints
March 18 The Forgiveness of Sins
March 25 The Resurrection of the Body
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Helping Hand Food Pantry
We are helping people in our community
to fight hunger.
Helping Hand is a program supported by the congregation of this church. We supply food to people of our community on an emergency basis. Other area churches and local organizations participate in this program by providing additional food and monetary donations that assist us in keeping the church pantry supplied. These are our sole sources of assistance to aid those who come to us in need.
The Helping Hand Food Pantry is open on the first and third Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon.* If it is your first time, please come before 11:30 a.m. To qualify to receive food from the pantry, a picture I.D. is required. Only one person per household (per address) is eligible to apply for assistance for the family. Eligible participants can receive food from the pantry once every other month**.
*may be closed due to bad weather, or a church event; it’s best to call ahead
**subject to change depending on food supply
Since 1989, the food pantry has served an increasing number of families every year and remains committed to addressing food insecurity in southeast Michigan where, as many as 1 in 7, households struggle to put food on the table.
How can I donate food?
Generally, you can drop off non-perishable food items to the church Monday through Thursday, 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., but please call ahead.
with “Helping Hand” on the memo line.
And Thank You!
We've been a part of the Dearborn community since 1942. During that time, we've been able to support our neighbors by providing space for many community activities -- scout meetings, yoga classes, meetings and more. Our usage fees are very reasonable and help cover maintenance costs for our building. Please contact us to learn more about our building and how it might fit into your plans. Download a flyer with more details here.