Telling Our Story: Bible Art is a series of 40 paintings done by 41 artists illustrating the biblical story from God’s creation through the story of Pentecost.
Social Concerns Committee and Adult Education Committee will host a book discussion of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City, during Adult Forum Sunday mornings May 5 and 12. Pastor Betsy reviews the book and reminds all to attend the discussions.
Through a Poverty Simulation sponsored by Do Good Roseville, Pastor Betsy Hoium and others assumed assigned roles at the high school one Saturday. Pastor Betsy became a homeless 19-yr. old mother with a one year old son, navigating bus passes, food stamps, and other life scenarios. She tells of her experience seeing poverty up close.
How do you explain Good Friday to Children? Pastor Betsy shares her ideas and invites all to the Children’s Good Friday Worship Service at 11 a.m., April 19. Experience the story from Palm Sunday through Maundy Thursday, Good Friday to Easter through song, story, and movement. A luncheon of grilled cheese sandwiches follows the service.
Approaching Holy Week and Easter, our theme “Telling Our Story” really comes into focus. Pastor Betsy asks how is Jesus and his story part of our story. To hear his story, she encourages reading the story in Matthew 21:1-10 and in chapters 26-28. How has our theme and reading his story impacted you?
Pastor Betsy tells about a new project Homework Starts with Home which will focus on the issues of homelessness and how they affect everything about a student’s life.