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Easter Worship, 6:30AM & 10:45AM, via Facebook Live

Let us gather virtually to celebrate the Day of Resurrection. Pastor Ruth will lead a Sunrise Service beginning at 6:30AM. Easter Worship at 10:45AM will include special music by violinist Ian Kerke, who will perform live remotely. Both services will be streamed via Facebook Live. For ease of access, go to the Church on the Green’s Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/ChurchontheGreen/ a few minutes early. Note that you do not need to have a Facebook account to access the live stream.

Do you miss seeing and chatting with church friends during coffee hour? Well, we’ve found a way for you to continue to do that! We’ve scheduled a Virtual Fellowship Hour starting at 11:45AM on Easter, via Zoom. Here is the log-in information: https://zoom.us/j/895404536?  The password is: 058238.

Thank you for continuing to support the church financially to the best of your ability during this public health crisis. You may use the “donate” button on this page to do so.

 

Good Friday Worship, Seven Last Words of Christ, April 10, 7PM, via Zoom

On Good Friday, we will worship jointly with Central Presbyterian Church of Montclair, at 7PM, via Zoom. This platform will enable the two congregations to experience a sense of togetherness virtually on the screen. The service will include a meditation by Rev. David Noble, a Good Friday prayer by Rev. Ruth Boling, and scripture readers from both congregations narrating the “Seven Last Words of Christ” from the cross.

Here is the link to connect to Zoom:  https://zoom.us/j/340199416?

The password is: 004729. We request that you start logging into the meeting early, approximately 6:45, so that we are all logged in a ready to begin at 7PM.

For those who may be unable to connect via Zoom, the service will be rebroadcast via Facebook Live starting at 8PM.

Maundy Thursday Worship, April 9, Virtual Communion and Tenebrae, 7PM via Facebook Live

We will worship virtually at 7PM via Facebook Live on Maundy Thursday. The Lord’s Supper will be celebrated virtually. To prepare, you will need some bread and a beverage. Any bread will do. Any beverage will do. The elements will be consecrated and we will partake together.

Following the Lord’s Supper, the service will conclude with the Tenebrae Service of Shadows. Scripture readers will narrate the last hours of Jesus’ life, candles will be extinguished virtually, and the service will conclude with our tenor soloist John Dey singing “Were you there when they crucified my Lord?”