Holiday Luncheon

From 11am to 2pm

Buffet luncheon will be served in the Fellowship Hall.

Come for lunch, and don’t miss the Christmas Bazaar.

Blessing of the Pets

Blessing of the Pets

October 6 at 11am in the Memorial Garden.

Bring your buddy for a blessing and a treat.

Holy Saturday

Holy Saturday Prayer Vigil

We watch and wait in a holy vigil for the good news of Christ’s resurrection. From 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM there will be a prayer vigil at Federated Church. You are invited to sign up for a half-hour of prayer. The sanctuary will be open and available for your prayer time. Those who need to be in prayer at home are welcome to do so. You are invited to submit prayer needs for those who will be participating, and you are invited to sign up to participate. Sign-ups will be available in worship March 10 through April 14, or you can email with your prayer requests or to sign up for a 1/2-hour time of prayer.

Good Friday

Good Friday Service at 7 PM

Good Friday is the day on which Christians remember the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Jesus died for you and your sins. The most important Good Friday symbol is the crucifix, or cross, which represents the way in which Jesus died.

Join us for a Good Friday service which includes a story told from Pontius Pilate’s perspective. It will be a meaningful service for all of us. Don’t miss it!

Maundy Thursday

Maundy Thursday will have a light dinner at 6 PM and Service at 7 PM. This is the day that Jesus spent a time with His disciples in the upper room. There will be a one-hour, powerful, drama of the Last Supper with Jesus and His disciples. Come and join us for a special service. Service will include Communion.

Palm Sunday

Join us for Palm Sunday:

Donkey Parade right after church
Egg Hunt for Children
Sermon: “Crying Stones”
Bible Reading: Luke 19:29-40

Christmas Eve

Join us on Christmas Eve for a meaningful Christmas Eve service.

4pm:  Family friendly service.

11pm: Traditional candle lighting, carols, and communion.


Ash Wednesday

We will observe the first day of Lent with a soup dinner at 6 pm and Ash Wednesday service at 7 pm. Bring your families and bring your friends. Enjoy the shared meal and the fellowship. Then join us in the sanctuary as we embark on the journey, we call Lent. The service includes scripture, prayer, reflection, silence, confession, and the imposition of ashes on one’s forehead in the sign of the cross. This time of reflection acknowledges our human weaknesses and sin, while turning toward God for mercy and renewal. Please join us for the first day of Lenten season!