If you’re in northern Iowa on Easter Sunday (April 24), come join us as we celebrate the Resurrected One, Christ the Lord!
Maundy Thursday Service – 7 p.m.
Good Friday Cross Walk
Good Friday Community Service – 7 p.m.
SonRise Service – 8 a.m.
Breakfast @ 9:00
Worship – 10 a.m.
He is risen indeed!
Garner Community Spring Services 2011
“Behold the Lamb of God!”
The following is a list of the special services held in Garner during the Lenten season. All special services will be held on Sunday evenings at 7:00 p.m., except the Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services. Any freewill donations go to supporting God’s Pantry, Meals on Wheels, and the Ambulance Fund. Questions? Contact the church office.
March 13 Zion E&R Church (alone)
March 20 No special service
March 27 Garner United Methodist Church
April 3 Zion E&R Church
April 10 Garner Ev. Free Church
April 17 Peace Reformed Church
April 21 – Maundy Thursday Zion E&R Church (alone)
April 22 – Good Friday Garner United Presbyterian Church
April 24 – Easter Sunday SonRise Service – 8:00 a.m.
Merry Christmas in 2010!
Aidan is four and a half months here, and we’re thrilled to wish you a very Merry Christmas!
Ok, so this is more than a little embarrassing. But its better than the actual paper, which had some crack in the title about me “assuming” the pulpit. Don’t they know me? I don’t assume anything.
The Garner Leader ran a story about my family and I coming to town and getting going at Zion. You can read the full interview that was conducted here. If you want to read the rest of the article, you’ll have to go over to the website and subscribe, as the whole article isn’t online (boo!).
Seeing this mug on the front page of a newspaper (did I mention the size of Garner?!) is a little disconcerting. (Please, no cracks about seeing my picture in the Police section. The chief of police worships with us.) It was an enjoyable experience, but it left me wondering: who knows how to interview a pastor better – the pastor or the interviewer? I can think of all sorts of interesting questions to put to theologians, but the question is if they would be interesting to anyone else. In this case, isn’t the interviewer the generalist, yet a specialist at interviewing?