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Join on Wednesday evenings during Lent, for a time of outdoor worship.
Wednesday, February 24th
6:00 pm - Sanctuary Steps

A Taizé Service is an evening prayer for all Christian faiths. It is a simple, meditative form of worship, calling us to dwell deeply on Christ's presence around and within us. Songs (like "Jesus, Remember Me"), prayerful silence, and short readings guide the focus of the prayer in a candle-lit environment.

Wednesday, March 3rd
8:00 am (independent walk - begin at Memorial Garden)
6:00 pm (group walk - Begin Sanctuary Steps)


Stop by the church anytime after 8:00 am for an independent prayer walk around the church campus. Start at the Memorial Garden and follow the signs around the campus, pausing to pray at each sign.

We will also offer a guided Prayer Walk in the evening at 6:00 pm where we will walk and pray together at each stop.

Wednesday, March 10th
6:00 pm - Sanctuary Steps

Join us for a casual time of worship and music with familiar hymns. This will be a time of inter generational worship as our young people take part in leading and introducing us to a tangible “palm” prayer to serve as a reflection of our connection to Christ.

Wednesday, March 17th
6:00 pm - Sanctuary Steps

Our St Patrick’s Day gathering will include dinner, outdoor fellowship and praise music. The HOPE Band from IOHUMC will join us and share their gift of music while we enjoy a BBQ dinner served up by our very own Chef Hale.


Please RSVP for the BBQ dinner by clicking here.


Kid's activities will begin earlier at 5:00 pm, with a bounce house, a slide, and Easter egg hunts for all ages up to 5th grade. 


5:15 pm | Little Hunt on the playground (ages 0 - 3/4)

5:30 pm | Pre-K - 1st Hunt in Prayer Labryinth

5:45 pm | 2nd - 5th grade Hunt front of Bailey Hall

Wednesday, March 24th
6:00 pm - Sanctuary Steps

Evening Prayer or Evensong is the celebration of the incarnation of Christ. This is the story about Christ coming to the world in the form of a person and living among people. The words of the Magnificat and the Nunc Dimittis are always used in the service. The Magnificat is the song that Mary sang when she was told that she was going to have a baby who would be God’s son. The Nunc Dimittis is the song that was sung by the priest Simeon who had been promised by God that he would live long enough to see Jesus. Both these sets of words are from the New Testament.


An Evensong Service will consist of the following: Prayers (Confession, an Absolution and the Lord's Prayer); Responsive Prayer; Psalm; Old Testament reading; Magnificat; New Testament reading; Nunc Dimittis; The Apostles' Creed; Kyrie Eleison; Anthem; Hymn and Blessing.