Pastor Danny Lovett's Weekly Blog 4/1/2021

Pastor Danny Lovett's Weekly Update

 Easter is the high holy day for Christians!  Everything we believe is grounded in the historical fact that Jesus died, was buried, and rose again!  We meet on Sunday to worship because it was the day when Jesus rose from the dead.  All weekend will be special.  Friday evening, beginning at 6:30, we'll have a special time of worship with music and partaking in the Lord's Supper.  Saturday afternoon, from 1:00 - 3:00, join us on the grounds surrounding the new building, with all your children, grandchildren, neighbors and friends for a fun-filled afternoon of finding Easter eggs, riding a miniature train, refreshments, games and playing on inflatables.  The highlight of the weekend is Easter Sunday morning worship at 10:00 am.  Come a little early to give yourself time to park and find your place, because you don't want to miss a single minute!

I will be preaching about the Walk To Joy.  In Luke 24:13-35, this story, about Jesus’ appearance to two believers on the road to Emmaus, is one of the most beloved accounts of the resurrection story. It tells of Jesus helping two ordinary people who had lost hope and fallen into the pit of sadness and despair. In this message we will see how Jesus can bring you out of sadness and discouragement into joy!  We are taking great care to make sure that we meet in a super clean, and sanitized building.  Our chairs are spaced apart in family groups, to make being together but separate as comfortable as possible.  Sunday School is available for adults and children.  Find your place at 8:45!  The elementary age children are in Children's Church and the nursery is open.

If you haven't visited CCW, we'd love to have you!  Click on the I'm New Here button below for more information.  You're welcome anytime, but you can also schedule a visit, so we'll be looking for you!

Hope to see you all Easter weekend!  He is risen!  He is risen, indeed!  Jesus is Awesome!
Pastor Danny Lovett

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