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HAPPENING NOW: It’s March 2018!
The month arrived with, predictably, more winter weather ahead . . . but it will go out like a lamb – with Easter arriving April 1 . . . . no jokes about April Fools, please, unless you’re quoting the Apostle in 1 Corinthians 4:10 “We are fools for Christ.”
We are in the Lenten Season, for sure: so please save these dates and join us —
- Friday, March 23 Community Lunch. Drop by for home cookin’ and share lunch with friends and neighbors any time between 11:30 and 1:30. As always, pay-what-you-wish.
- Sunday, March 25 is Palm/Passion Sunday, ushering in Holy Week; join us for worship at 10:30 a.m.
- Thursday, March 29 is our annual Maundy Thursday service. Potluck meal, as we commemorate the last supper Jesus shared with his friends and the institution of communion with a common cup sacrament. Join us at 6:00 p.m.
- Friday, March 30, we host a shared ecumenical Good Friday service with Littleton Congregational Church, First United Methodist Church of Littleton, All Saints’ Episcopal Church, Bath Congregational Church and more. Worship leaders from all participating churches, readings and music appropriate to the occasion. The service begins at 6:30 p.m.
- And as we turn the calendar page, we join to celebrate Easter!
Our Community Lunches will continue – look for more date announcements soon, and plan on joining us. Pay-what-you-will for home cooking, bring a friend to lunch – or meet some new friends.
Community use of the church continues:
We continue to be an occasional destination for the Lisbon Area Historical Society meetings/programs; as well as Friends in Council, Lisbon Main Street, Stumpjumpers Club and more.
In 2017, we were glad to be host location for the 15th Annual Arts Festival in Lisbon, an event of the folks at the Lisbon Arts Gallery. There was an art show on the first floor; and quilts of every description made a feast for the eyes upstairs in the sanctuary.
The Lisbon Main Street program’s summer concert series was a great success – and brought many fine musicians to town for concerts both on the lawn and (due to rain) in the Sanctuary.