United Presbyterian Church, Flanders welcomes all visitors to their upcoming Lent/Easter events. The 11:00 a.m. Jesus Café adult education hour will engage in a video series entitled “Simon Peter-Flawed but Faithful Disciple”. Produced by well-known Methodist pastor Adam Hamilton, this series will take us to sites in the Middle East and the center of ancient power in Rome as we follow the journey of St. Peter. Rev. Rick Oppelt, the church’s pastor will do a related sermons series on the topic “Flawed but Faithful Disciples” during 10 a.m. Sunday services.
The church will kick off its annual Holy Week celebrations with a Celebration of the Palms at the 10 a.m. service. An Easter Egg hunt is held at the same time for kids during Sunday School. The afternoon concludes with the church’s annual Seder Dinner in the afternoon. Reservations are required for the dinner, which includes a delicious full course lamb dinner as we remember the Exodus journey of the Israelites. Holy Week services include a meditative Candle light Maundy Thursday Service at 7:30 p.m. and Celebration of the Resurrection Sunday April 21 at 10 a.m.
United Presbyterian Church is a faith family open to all people, regardless of race, faith background (or lack thereof), country of origin or sexual orientation.
The church is located at 58 Drakesdale Rd. in Flanders. For more information, please call 973-584-8195. www.unitedpcf.com or find us on Facebook.