Community Presbyterian Church
April 5th, 2020
A Parade of Prayer
There are two things happening today to help Community Presbyterian Church celebrate Palm Sunday.
First – there will be a livestream on Facebook (through Community Presbyterian Church’s Facebook page). This will begin at 10 a.m. (about 20-25 minutes long) and will include a “prelude,” “prayers,” and “proclamation.”
Second – there will be a (literal) Parade of Prayer. Pastor John (and his video camera) will stand outside the front of the church. Families are encouraged to drive by the church, slowly, like a parade so that Pastor John can record them. Folks are encouraged to wave something out their windows towards the church. This can be homemade palms made out of green construction paper, actual branches, or any other type of flag.
If you would like to have a moment of personal prayer with Pastor John, please drive around to the church parking lot. After Pastor John has recorded the Palm Sunday parade, he will go to the parking lot to pray. Please remain in your cars, when Pastor John approaches, you can roll down your window and pray with the pastor (at six feet of social distance).
Dear Friends -
Although we won't be gathering together in the sanctuary on Sunday, worship will still be happening. Please join me on Facebook as I go live. We will use the bulletin (pdf file right above this message) to say prayers and sing songs together. May God be with you during this time and may you find hope and connection as we worship together virtually on Sunday morning.
Due the state recommendations for gathering limits, all activities at Community Presbyterian Church are cancelled until further notice. This includes worship together in the sanctuary, until further noting.
We will be worshipping together on Facebook Live at 10:00 am Sunday mornings. Also check out Pastor John's "Daily Devotional and Prayer" every day at 10:00 am on Facebook Live.
And although the Logos year didn't end with the Carnival we imagined - please know that once we get the "all clear" we will plan some sort of event to gather together and celebrate the Logos ministry.
Stay safe friends.