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Witness of the Windows PDF Print E-mail


The beautiful stained glass windows that surround our sanctuary tell a wonderful story. They artistically tell stories found in the Bible that follow the life of Jesus. Our windows begin with the Nativity and proceed as follows: Jesus in the Temple, Calling of the Disciples, The Woman at the Well, The Wedding at Cana (Jesus at The Door), Jesus and the Storm, Jesus and the Children, The Good Shepherd, The Last Supper, Jesus in the Garden, The Empty Tomb, and then Pentecost.


Beginning with the first Sunday of Advent and continuing every other week one window will be featured in a mini-drama during Childrens’ Moment. The final Window (Pentecost) will be presented on Pentecost 2015.


We welcome and invite all to attend our services and learn about Jesus through the Witness of the Windows mini-drama.


View the Windows:   (1) The Nativity (2) Jesus in the Temple


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Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 04:13
 
PLCC Supports Family Promise PDF Print E-mail

Palm Lake is a proud supporter of Family Promise. Recently Cardboard Box City, an awareness event for Family Promise, was held on our property. Several individuals and church groups have joined Club275 a fund raising project and still open for additional individual or group donations. Membership in the club is easy, just donate you or your groups tax-deductible gift of $275 and you are a member.

 

Palm Lake is also a host church. Our church will host 3 to 5 families for one week providing sleeping accomodations and a meal. This is done each quarter.


Detailed information can be found on the Family Promise website.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 04:06
 
What is Taize Worship PDF Print E-mail

What is "Taizé worship?" When the question is asked, there is often another question lurking behind it. Why do so many people (up to 7000 a week – primarily young people) go to Taizé to pray? Why is the Taizé prayer so attractive? There is certainly a multitude of answers but perhaps a key response lies in the fact that, at the heart of the prayer, there is a monastic community. Taizé is little village in the south of Burgundy, France. In this village, over 60 years ago, Brother Roger founded a community devoted to prayer and living a parable of reconciliation within the church and the human family. The Community is made up of brothers from all the continents and major denominations who gather together three times a day, seven days a week, throughout the year to pray (whether there are 7000 young people present or only twenty). For more information on the Community, its history and on-going work see the Taizé website.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 04:14
 

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