"Come O Thou Traveler" as sung by Tony Barrand will speak both to the travelers who will come to our Sugar Supper Saturday, March 18, and to the worshipers at 10AM tomorrow.
Those seeking tickets for the supper should call Fred Breunig at 254-9019 before 3pm or walk in at the 7pm seating. Other seatings are at 4:30 and 5:45pm and need a call ahead.
The traditional not-to-be missed meal includes ham, homemade beans, rolls, potato salad and coleslaw with a dessert of fresh snow with hot maple syrup, pickles and donuts.
Sunday's worship will open with Barrand's anthem and will include the "Agnus Dei" and an original composition by Peter Amidon, entitled "The Good Samaritan" which tells the story found in
Luke 10:25-37. Franz Robert will serve as organist. Rev. Lise Sparrow will share the story with the children and offer a homily entitled "Love the One You're With", reflecting on Christ's teachings on Love. After the story the children will recess to Sunday School to prepare a puppet show for the One Great Hour of Sharing collection which takes place next week.
After the service, as part of the Lenten Series, those interested will meet with Josh Davis, the executive director of the Groundworks Collaborative as well as members of the congregation who have themselves been homeless, to share their experiences. This is part of the exploration of the church's call to support the homeless through meals, donations and volunteers.