We’ll begin with a pancake/sausage breakfast (yes, gluten free pancakes will be available); 9:30 a.m. – Holy Week Story, followed by the Easter Egg Hunt and Crafts. Invite some friends and come for a fun-filled time as we move ever closer to Easter Morning!
Please join us for these services during Holy Week:
April 9th, Palm Sunday worship at 10:00 a.m. Rev. Melanie Carey preaching, “Through the Gate,” and new members will be welcomed into membership that Sunday.
April 13th, Holy Thursday Worship and Communion at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Melanie Carey preaching, “Leaving the Gate.”
April 14th, Good Friday Worship at 7:30 p.m. Rev. MelanieCarey preaching, “Last Breath.”
April 16th, 2 Services on Easter Sunday – “Sonrise Service” at 7:30 a.m. in the Chapel, “Into the Light, Rev. Melanie Carey and Rev. Karen Poole; Worship at 10:00 a.m. in the Sanctuary, Rev. Melanie Carey preaching, “Out of the Tomb.”
Spring is just around the corner and orange barrel season has arrived! We have received notification from the Farmington Hills Department of Public Services that construction on 11 Mile Road is scheduled to begin on Thursday, March 16, 2017.
During this construction project, it will be necessary to access Nardin Park by taking Middlebelt Road to 11 Mile Road, as 11 Mile Road will be closed to thru traffic between Orchard Lake and Middlebelt until late summer. You can access Middlebelt Road from Orchard Lake by taking either 12 Mile Road on the north side or 10 Mile Road on the south side and coming north or south on Middlebelt to 11 Mile.
We will provide you with updates as they become available throughout this process.
While this will most certainly impact us and be an inconvenience, the church will be open for all of its scheduled services and activities during construction. Just plan ahead, allow yourself a little extra time to get to church, and think about how nice it will be when the road improvements are complete!
Did you know that you can honor or remember a loved one, a special event, or celebrate the Ministry of the Church by “lighting” the Nardin Park steeple? This beautiful structure can be seen for miles and is especially breathtaking when illuminated against the evening sky.
Commemorative steeple lighting is for one week, from Sunday through Saturday, for a $25 donation. To request your date, please contact the church office.