Lenten Season 2021
Ash Wednesday through Easter Sunday 2021.
Join us as we crack open the story of Easter through Resurrection Eggs. We will begin our adventure on Wednesday, March 24th and conclude on Easter Sunday, April 4th. The adventure will unfold on our Emilie Facebook page. Each day we will explore the contents of one egg and how it relates to the Easter Story. The accompanying coloring sheets provide the scripture references, the details of the eggs contents and an image to color each day as we progress through the dozen together. We look forward to going on this journey together! You can number your eggs to keep track of their order.
If you would like to make a kit with us as we go on this exciting adventure, please gather the items listed above.
Join your Emilie family on Palm Sunday for a fun night of fellowship. We will be making pretzels and learning about prayer as we begin Holy Week. Please gather the following list of supplies for our pretzel making. Have them on hand when you log in on Sunday night to join the fun! If you need assistance getting the ingredients, or have questions, please contact Ann Ermer or the church office. Please see your February Newsletter or call the office for the details of the zoom call.
We will not be recording our fellowship event but if you would like the full recipe and prayer prompts, please contact Ann Ermer (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the church office (215-945-5502).
Easter Sunday Worship
April 4, 2021 at 9:30am (Online/Call-in)
***Please have a piece of bread and juice ready, as we will take communion together online.***
Flowering of the Cross
Sunday, April 4, 2021, 8-9am (in-person, outside the church)
We invite you to be part of the Flowering of the Cross, an ancient and meaningful tradition that represents the transition from Good Friday to Easter, from meditation on Jesus’ death to joyful celebration of the resurrection.
The flowering of the cross will take place in front of Emilie UMC.
This will be live-streamed on the church Facebook page as a way to show the unity of the church body.
Please feel free to bring your own artificial flowers to flower the cross. We will also have flowers available.