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Feb. 16 || We Make the Road By Walking

  • As TPC continues exploring We Make the Road by Walking together, this week our worship once again revolves around the themes of one of its chapters.

Feb. 23 || Youth Sunday

  • TPC's Middle & Senior High Youth Groups proclaim their faith and offer a message to us all, as they lead this morning's services which they have prepared.

Season of Lent

  • Throughout the season of Lent, TPC will  dive deeply into the Gospel of Matthew ch. 5, 6, and 7 as we also journey through portions of Brian McLaren's book, We Make the Road by Walking

Feb. 26 || Ash Wednesday

  • We enter the season of Lent--a time of exploring the distance between the lives God calls us to live and the lives we're actually living--as we gather at 7 p.m. for a service of Communion and the Imposition of Ashes in the Chapel.

March 1 || We Make the Road By Walking, ch. 27  ||  "A New Kind of Hero"

  • First Sunday of Lent
  • Who do disciples aspire to be?
  • The Lord's Supper (Communion) will be shared this morning.

March 8 || We Make the Road By Walking, ch. 28 || "A Third Way"

  • Second Sunday of Lent
  • Are Christians called to look back at the way of Christ and the early church in order to see how we are called to live?
  • Or are Christians called to forge ahead, forgetting what lies behind in order to trod the path not yet taken?

March 15 || We Make the Road By Walking, ch. 29 || "Change Yourself to Change the World"

  • Third Sunday of Lent
  • Is anyone perfect?  Or nearly perfect?  Reformed Christians don't believe so.
  • But that doesn't mean we cannot pursue the perfection of Jesus, who offered the "perfect" view of God in the flesh:  full of compassion, grace, and love.

March 22 || We Make the Road By Walking, ch. 30 || "From Anxiety & Judgment to Grace & Fulfillment"

  • Fourth Sunday of Lent
  • This world overwhelms us with false measurements and judgements until anxiety becomes an unavoidable side-effect of life itself.
  • God's kingdom, however, offers an antithesis to the world's anxiety-and-judgement-driven systems.

March 29 || TPC Welcomes Brian McLaren, author of We Make the Road by Walking to worship

  • Fifth Sunday of Lent
  • TPC is blessed to welcome Brian McLaren back via videoconference.
  • We will again speak with Brian about our journey through his book, and particularly our journey through Matthew 5, 6, and 7.

April 5 || Palm Sunday || "Did Jesus Have to Die"

  • Each year on Palm Sunday, the sixth Sunday of Lent, we remember Jesus' triumphant procession into the city of Jerusalem, as the crowds greeted him as a king.
  • As Holy Week awaits, however, we know things changes radically for Jesus in the days that followed.
  • We have long assumed Christ's death was always a part of God's plan, but there is an important question worth asking:  Did Jesus have to die?

April 12 || Easter Sunday

  • Christ is risen! Death has been defeated! Sin and judgment have no more power over us.
  • But what does all that happenned two millennia ago mean for us today?