This Sunday at Plymouth: March 24, 2013 

March 18, 2013

Palm/Passion Sunday

Liturgy of the Palms: Psalm 118:1-2, 19-29, Luke 19:28-40

Liturgy of the Passion: Isaiah 50:4-9a, Psalm 31:9-16, Philippians 2:5-11, Luke 22:14-23:56

Services at 8:30 a.m. in the Chapel and 11:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary
The Reverend Brigitta Remole, preaching

Choral music will include Hosanna to the Son of David by Orlando Gibbons, Ah, Holy Jesus by John Ferguson, and the Plymouth Ringers presenting Passion Prophecy by Cathy Moklebust.

Joys, Concerns and Announcements

Plymouth Church UCC & the Icelandic Club of Seattle presents Gudrun Ingimars in recital with Glenda Williams at the piano. Music by Kaldalóns, Einarsson, Grieg, Sibelius, Bernstein, Arditi, Verdi. Sunday, April 7, 2:00 p.m. in the Plymouth Sanctuary. Free parking in Plymouth garage.  Freewill offering,  $15 suggested donation.

Maundy Thursday service, March 28, 7:00 p.m.  An ancient service of reflection.  Walk the Labyrinth, 2:00-7:00 p.m.

Planning Team Members Needed for N-Sid-Sen N-Sid-Sen is a weeklong family camp, from toddlers to elders, on the shores of Idaho’s Lake Couer d’Alene July 21-27. Typical planned activities include: adult and children morning programs, morning and evening vespers, evening book discussion group. Afternoons begin with a camp wide quiet time, followed by swimming, reading or chatting in the cove or playing team games in the adjacent field. The food is good, the water is warm and the sky is always blue! We need two folks to have a three-person planning team plus staff support. Time commitment is three  monthly meetings prior to June plus three meetings in both June and July. Sound like fun? Contact Community and Care Board member Connie Sandstrom, ph. 206-784-4925 or cjsarchitect@comcast.net

Do You Like to Tell People Where to Go?  If so, YOU ARE INVITED to join the elite group here at Plymouth that comprises our Ushering Team.  Each of us serves about once a month, at either service, to distribute Orders of Worship, collect the offering, and most of all -- tell people where to go!  We have room for a few more.  Call Betty Eberharter (206-922-2603)  or leave your name at the church office to be an "Usher Cadet!"

Pacific Northwest Conference UCC Annual Meeting April 26-28 in Wenatchee Plymouth is looking for delegates to represent its membership at the Pacific  Northwest Conference UCC Annual Meeting April 26-28 in Wenatchee.  This is your opportunity to venture beyond Plymouth’s walls to see our Pacific Northwest Conference in action and meet fellow UCC brothers and sisters of faith.  Linda Jaramillo, executive minister of Justice and Witness Ministries, will be keynote speaker.  The theme, “Reflect: We are justice seekers called to embody our faith,” will look at what the vision statement from the 2012 Leadership Retreat means for PNC congregations and members.  Interested?  Contact Diane Jacobsen in the church office.  djacobsen@plymouthchurchseattle.org or 206-622-4865.

Celebrate the Joyful Journey  Northwest Regional Women Retreat November 1, 2, and 3, 2013 at Kah-Nee-Ta in Warm Springs, Oregon.  Keynote Speaker: Rev. DaVita McAlister. A variety of workshop offerings in Changes/Stages in Life Journey, Spirituality, Social Justice/Earth Stewardship, Movement, Arts/Crafts.  I am on the board for the Northwest Regional Women's Retreat and I'd love to have you join us for a weekend of community, retreat and restoration. Go to www.nrwr.wordpress.com  for registration information and workshop descriptions. Let me know if you have any questions! --Karen Hollis

Circle of Friends for Mental Health's Dinner: Arts in Action! 6:00pm April 5, at St. Joseph's Church (732 18th Avenue East in Seattle). Tickets: 55$ Advance, 60$ at the Door. Please RSVP by April 1 to mstrader@cofmentalhealth.org or (209)525-0648!  Enjoy delicious food prepared by local catering company FareStart, and socialize over wine while perusing the silent auction. Experience all of Circle of Friend's art programs after dinner with music and drama, with performances by the Seattle Raging Grannies, Marty Campbell, and other local artists!

Please Hold in your Prayers: Al Bergman, John Blaine, Tom Colwell, Muriel Dohrmann, Glenda Carper, Medora Moburg, Maurine Noble, Catherine Orsi, Carol Reed, Bob Remole.

 



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