Calendar

March 2021

Teach the Preacher

Tuesday, Mar 2 | 7:00 pm

via Zoom

Mid Week Lenten Reflection: What It Means to Rise from the Dead

Wednesday, Mar 3 | 7:30 pm

Even the disciples who are closest to Jesus debate with each other what it is “to rise from the dead” (Mark 9:10). How do we wrestle with this central Christian teaching, about Jesus and about ourselves, in the midst of a pandemic? As we work for social justice? As we face a climate crisis? Weekly gatherings on Wednesdays in Lent will reflect on these questions and more with music, art, story, and contemplation. Come to them all, or drop in as you can. March 3: Pre-Christian Myth and The Cycle of Life

See weekly e-notice for Zoom link.

Presbyterian Women

Thursday, Mar 4 | 10:00 am

We will discuss Chapter 9, “Why can’t I say the ”N” word?” in So you want to talk about race by Ijeoma Oluo.

Deacon Shepherds

Saturday, Mar 6 | 10:30 am

via Zoom

Coffee Talk with Pastor Gusti via Zoom

Sunday, Mar 7 | 9:30 am

COFFEE TALK WITH PASTOR GUSTI 9:30 a.m. via Zoom. A time to check in on how things are going and dream big for our ministry to come.

Online Worship with Communion

Sunday, Mar 7 | 11:00 am

To link to the SPC online worship service, go to our Facebook site at https://www.facebook.com/groups/spcworks/ and wait for the “live stream” box to appear each Sunday at 11:00 a.m. For more information and worship materials, see the the entry in the "News" section on our website. All are welcome to attend. A Facebook account is not required to access this.

Community Meal

Sunday, Mar 7 | 5:00 pm

This month's meal will consist of “to-go” boxes for our friends in need. This month’s specialty will be cheeseburgers with side salads, fruit, snacks and drinks. Donations should be at SPC by 3:15 Sunday.
 

Teach the Preacher

Tuesday, Mar 9 | 7:00 pm

via Zoom

Mid Week Lenten Reflection: What It Means to Rise from the Dead

Wednesday, Mar 10 | 7:30 pm

Even the disciples who are closest to Jesus debate with each other what it is “to rise from the dead” (Mark 9:10). How do we wrestle with this central Christian teaching, about Jesus and about ourselves, in the midst of a pandemic? As we work for social justice? As we face a climate crisis? Weekly gatherings on Wednesdays in Lent will reflect on these questions and more with music, art, story, and contemplation. Come to them all, or drop in as you can. March 10: Judaism and the After-Life in the Time of Jesus

Session meeting

Thursday, Mar 11 | 7:00 pm

via Zoom

Sunday Seminar 2021

Sunday, Mar 14 | 9:30 am

SUNDAY SEMINAR 2021 During the winter and early spring of this new year we continue our explorations of racism and racial justice by reading How to be an Antiracist by Ibram Kendi. Books are at Four Seasons Books. The cost per book with discount and tax comes to $24.56. Make sure you tell them it’s for the SPC seminar so they’ll include the discount. March 14 will cover Chapters 11 & 12 (Black, Class)

Worship

Sunday, Mar 14 | 11:00 am

Teach the Preacher

Tuesday, Mar 16 | 7:00 pm

via Zoom

Listening Group

Wednesday, Mar 17 | 10:00 am

This is a time of prayerful listening and reflecting in community. We explore poems, essays, meaningful quotations, psalms, and readings from other faith traditions and world religions, as possible spiritual resources. All are welcome! No experience necessary!

Mid Week Lenten Reflection: What It Means to Rise from the Dead

Wednesday, Mar 17 | 7:30 pm

Even the disciples who are closest to Jesus debate with each other what it is “to rise from the dead” (Mark 9:10). How do we wrestle with this central Christian teaching, about Jesus and about ourselves, in the midst of a pandemic? As we work for social justice? As we face a climate crisis? Weekly gatherings on Wednesdays in Lent will reflect on these questions and more with music, art, story, and contemplation. Come to them all, or drop in as you can. March 17: What Jesus Really Says About Resurrection

 

 

Men's Virtual Breakfast

Saturday, Mar 20 | 8:30 am

Contact Bill Howard to be added to the Zoom link list.

Session Retreat

Saturday, Mar 20 | 10:00 am

via Zoom

Sunday Seminar 2021

Sunday, Mar 21 | 9:30 am

SUNDAY SEMINAR 2021 During the winter and early spring of this new year we continue our explorations of racism and racial justice by reading How to be an Antiracist by Ibram Kendi. Books are at Four Seasons Books. The cost per book with discount and tax comes to $24.56. Make sure you tell them it’s for the SPC seminar so they’ll include the discount. March 21 will cover Chapters 13 & 14 (Space, Gender)

Worship

Sunday, Mar 21 | 11:00 am

Teach the Preacher

Tuesday, Mar 23 | 7:00 pm

via Zoom

Mid Week Lenten Reflection: What It Means to Rise from the Dead

Wednesday, Mar 24 | 7:30 pm

Even the disciples who are closest to Jesus debate with each other what it is “to rise from the dead” (Mark 9:10). How do we wrestle with this central Christian teaching, about Jesus and about ourselves, in the midst of a pandemic? As we work for social justice? As we face a climate crisis? Weekly gatherings on Wednesdays in Lent will reflect on these questions and more with music, art, story, and contemplation. Come to them all, or drop in as you can. March 24: Empty Tomb, Never-Ending Story

 

 

Sunday Seminar 2021

Sunday, Mar 28 | 9:30 am

SUNDAY SEMINAR 2021 During the winter and early spring of this new year we continue our explorations of racism and racial justice by reading How to be an Antiracist by Ibram Kendi. Books are at Four Seasons Books. The cost per book with discount and tax comes to $24.56. Make sure you tell them it’s for the SPC seminar so they’ll include the discount. February 28 will cover Chapters 15 & 16 (Sexuality, Failure)

Worship

Sunday, Mar 28 | 11:00 am

Teach the Preacher

Tuesday, Mar 30 | 7:00 pm

via Zoom

Mid Week Lenten Reflection: What It Means to Rise from the Dead

Wednesday, Mar 31 | 7:30 pm

Even the disciples who are closest to Jesus debate with each other what it is “to rise from the dead” (Mark 9:10). How do we wrestle with this central Christian teaching, about Jesus and about ourselves, in the midst of a pandemic? As we work for social justice? As we face a climate crisis? Weekly gatherings on Wednesdays in Lent will reflect on these questions and more with music, art, story, and contemplation. Come to them all, or drop in as you can. March 31 (Holy Wednesday): The Resurrection and The Life

 

March 2021