As a Freshman in high school, I took a class in journalism. The teacher began by passing out a list of redundancies for us to review so that we would avoid redundancy in our writing — final ultimatum, harmful injuries, etc. On the list, however, was Easter Sunday. I approached the teacher and said, “Easter Sunday is not a redundancy.” She said, “Easter is always a Sunday.” Quickly I realized I wasn’t going to win the argument and my grade would suffer from further debate. Still, being a budding theologian, I knew that Easter may always begin on a Sunday but it is so very much more than a single day. I might suggest it is a complete way of life; at minimum it is a season. Join us this Sunday as we continue this season of Easter and consider what it means to be the Church of Jesus Christ living in Easter-tide.
We hope you will join us this week to greet Charlene and hear the word she has to share with us — 8:30 in the chapel or on Facebook, 9:30 in the old Fellowship Hall or on Facebook, or 11:00 in the Fellowship Hall, on Facebook, or on the radio at 97.9FM.
P.S.-Rev. Dr. Roger Elliott will be with us on Sunday, May 15.