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We placed a large (9 foot tall maybe) cross in our front lawn last year at Easter time when we were worshiping online only and not able to be together in person. We invited everyone to come find a quiet moment on the church lawn to place a rock or painted rock at the foot of the cross while praying. Even though we are able to have some people here in person for some worship services for Easter 2021, we left the cross in the lawn and will once again invite people to come to the church lawn for a quiet moment to place a stone at the foot of the cross and spend time in prayer. We do still have many of us worshiping online only so we anticipate that both the online church attenders as well as those in person will appreciate being able to participate. The kids especially loved painting rocks last year. There were hundreds!! The photo is a picture of the cross that we'll use to invite people to join us again. We'll probably post it sometime before Palm Sunday but the cross is already there so we may start sooner.

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  • Even the Rocks Cry Out

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