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Throughout Lent, we are offering weekly Vespers gatherings on Wednesdays at 6:30 PM. Join us for a time of guided prayer, contemplation and communion. Vespers gatherings will be every Wednesday from February 21 to March 20.
Second Sunday Potluck Breakfast
Join us for our monthly Second Sunday Breakfast on March 10! Before the worship gathering, at 9 AM, we’ll gather for some food and fellowship. Bring your favorite breakfast treat to share!
On the third Wednesday of each month, Scarlet City Church provides a meal to the community. If you’d like to be a part of making this happen, there are many different volunteer opportunities. You can sign up to volunteer for the Community Meal here.
We cannot fully appreciate the glory of the resurrection without considering the gravity of the crucifixion. We hope you’ll join us for our Good Friday gathering at 6:30 PM on March 29. Childcare is available for ages 5 and under; please register by March 24.
Sacraments 101: Exploring the Mystery and the Meaning of the Sacraments
Join us Sunday, March 3 at 8:45 AM for an exploration of the significance of the sacraments and how we can be formed by our participation with them. Elementary-aged children welcome. Learn more and register here.
Ukrainian Easter Egg Workshop
Join us on Saturday, March 16 from 1:00-4:00 PM (come and go) as Andrea McCue leads us in making Ukrainian Easter Eggs. We will spend time creating eggs, and each participant will get to take home their own egg. Learn more and register here.
Stations of the Cross
During Holy Week, join us as we meditate on Jesus’ journey to the cross, guided by the artwork of Scott Erickson. The Sanctuary will be open for this contemplative exercise Wednesday, March 27 from 6 to 8 PM, and Thursday, March 28 from 6 to 8 AM, 11 to 1 PM and 6 to 8 PM.
Join us Sunday, March 31 at 10 AM as we celebrate together this glorious story: where death does not have the final word, where resurrection changes everything, and where Christ’s victory over the grave points to the restoration of all things.