Posts from March 2019
This Sunday’s service explores one of the New Testament’s most enigmatic characters. Mary Magdalene can be found throughout the Gospels and is arguably the most important woman in Jesus’ earthly life – aside from his mother.
This Sunday, we celebrate Palm Sunday (early) and ask ourselves important questions about our Lenten preparations and about what is worth celebrating in our faith.
Our roving reporter offers a brief conversation with our musicians, techies, and members from time to time. This personal perspective helps us build a stronger sense of community!
In our prayerful journey through the season of Lent, we prepare ourselves for Easter and the celebration of resurrection! Don’t miss the many opportunities to move through this time of preparation and into celebrating Christ anew in our lives.
This Sunday, we continue our Lenten worship series with a familiar text about Jesus being anointed with oil. John’s version of this story brings about thoughts of scarcity, but perhaps that’s the wrong way to think about it. Could there be a reading of this story that instead reminds us of God’s generosity?
Our Interfaith Shelter guests arrive later this month. PB UMC is proud to partner with the Interfaith Shelter Network to help persons experiencing homelessness work toward self-sufficiency.