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EASTER LILIES
For three Sundays, March 31st, April 7th and April 14th you will find an insert in your bulletin for donations for Easter Lilies. You can fill out this form to celebrate, honor or remember loved ones. Please designate if you wish to pick up your lilies on the form, and you may take it with you after Easter Services are complete.
Each of the Easter Service bulletins on April 21st will have an insert with all of the names of the honorees. 
 

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE
Palm Sunday – April 14th – Service at 10:15
 
 
 
Please mark your calendars for April 18th at 6:00 PM. This year, our Maundy Thursday Service will be a (symbolic) Jewish Seder Meal. In the Jewish tradition, the Seder meal is a family event commemorating and remembering the liberation story of the Exodus or Passover. In three Gospels the Last Supper of Jesus, on the night of his betrayal, was a Passover meal. This is an intergenerational experience. We hope you will bring the whole family for this meaningful, worshipful experience.
 
Good Friday – April 19th – No Services

 
EASTER SERVICE SCHEDULE, APRIL 21, 2019
Sunrise Service at 7:00 am
Pancake Breakfast at 8:00 am
Easter Egg Hunt at 9:00 am
Traditional Easter Service at 10:15 am

UPCOMING EASTER BAPTISMS
We ask for prayers for our children that will be taking our baptism classes during Lent this year.  We are excited to share the history of our church and some of the values we have while giving them the chance to explore their faith and understand what it means to be a Disciple of Christ.

 

Please lift up these names as we move through the season of Lent and continue to hold them in your prayers as they make this important choice in their faith journey-

 

Garrett Michels – Zach Chimera – Maggie Driemeyer
Demarise Nelson – Elin Turner – Ben Gibson
 

There will be an ALL CHURCH SOCIAL on
Friday, May 10 at Bryant and Nancy McDaniel’s. Mark your calendar. More details to follow but please plan to join us!
 

VISIT THE CIVIL RIGHTS MUSEUM
SSCC is partnering with Ray of Hope Christian, FCC – Atlanta, and FCC – Decatur to visit the Civil Rights Museum in Atlanta on Saturday, May 4th as part of the Reconciliation in Real Time (RRT) project. For additional details and to reserve your place for the tour contact Owen Janeway at 678-642-9011 or owenjaneway@bellsouth.net.

CAMP CRADDOCKCamp Craddock will take place on July 15, 16 and 17 in Cherry Log, GA. If you’re interested in joining us, please mark your calendars and look for more information soon.