Lent & Easter 2024

    Mosaic:

God Uses All the Pieces of Our Lives

Two church congregations invite you on this journey to Easter.
Ash Wednesday, February 14 through Easter, Sunday March 31, 2024:

Shared Worship  *  Bible Study  * Holy Week Experiences

Concentric circle of Mosaic pieces in a rainbow of colors from sunshine yellow to deep purple
Photo of Pastor Natalie Bell, a white woman with brunette shoulder length hair and wearing glasses

Pastor Natalie Bell

Photo of Pastor Diane Ford, white woman with shoulder length blonde hair

Pastor Diane Ford

Ongoing Lent Activities

Weekly Sunday "Mosaic" Worship Series

February 18 – March 17

(In-person, Zoom & Facebook Livestream)

9:00 am and 10:30 am @FPCM

10:00 am @LPC

Link to Audio Sermons (coming soon!):

 

 

Wednesday/Sunday Mosaic Bible Study

Sundays Feb. 18 to Mar. 17

Wednesdays Feb. 21 – Mar. 20

Mosaic:  When God Uses All the Pieces

by Shane Stanford

Sundays, Feb. 18 – Mar. 17, 6:00 pm on Zoom*      (Read the chapter of Mosaic together with Pastor Diane: read, reflect)

Wednesdays, Feb. 21 – Mar. 20, 6:00 pm (FPCM & Zoom*) Pastors Natalie and Diane: bring brown bag supper)

*LPC Zoom 

*Call the FPCM Office for the Zoom link invitation, Mon – Fri, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm,
732-566-2663

 

Special Lent Activities

Ash Wednesday

February 14

7:30 pm: @FPCM:
Brief Worship Service with a message on Lent with prayers, music, a blessing and ashes with Pastor Natalie.

 

 

Maundy Thursday

March 28

7:30 pm @LPC

Communion Service

 

Good Friday

April 7

7:30 pm: @FPCM

Tenebrae Service

painting of the cross with hues of colors behind it like modern stained glass

Palm Sunday

March 24

10:30 am (FPCM) 

Choir Cantata, “Come to the Cross”

Catacombs leading to the sunlight and the cross with a heart with the words He is Risen

Easter Sunday Services

March 31

  • 6:45 am Sunrise Service, outdoor chapel at the Lake, FPCM
  • 9:00 am Pathways Contemporary service, FPCM
  • 10:00 am Traditional Easter Service, LPC
  • 10:30 am Traditional Easter Service, FPCM