Photos from our community dinner, part of the Cromwell Christian Clergy, which was held on April 3rd, 2019. There were seven delicious soups, salads, homemade rolls, and did we mention the desserts? Thanks to all the helpers and peacemakers.
Listen now: Do Not Love the World, Avoid False Teachings. A sermon given on 03.31.19.
Please join us on Sunday, April 21st at 6:00 a.m. for a sunrise service in Riverfront Park
Gather with others in celebration of the resurrection of the King of Kings and Lord of Lords! The Christian Clergy Council of Cromwell once again hosts our annual Easter Sunrise service at 6:00 a.m. The guest speaker will be Rev. Dr. Paul Krampitz from Bethany Lutheran Church. Coffee and pastries will be served following the service. Remember, this is the only Easter Sunrise Tailgate celebration that I know of. Don’t miss this special time together. HE IS RISEN – HE IS RISEN INDEED!
We hope you’ll join us on Friday, April 19 at 7:00 p.m. The theme is, “Father Forgive Them”.
Good Friday is the darkest day in the record of all mankind. God’s Son, Jesus Christ, who came freely to give of His life, knowing that it would cost Him the very thing that He treasured the presence of the Father, was crucified, dead and buried. The scriptures tell us that He became sin on our behalf. Through various narrations, we will try to grasp hold of the truth that Jesus died not of suffocation (the normal way people died when crucified) but by the weight of our sins and the sins of all mankind placed upon Him.
Through the use of scripture reading, poetry, various reflections, and music we will make every attempt to grasp the significance of Jesus’s profound words, “Father forgive them for they know not what they do.” Come join us.
Please join us on Thursday, April 18, at 7 p.m. The theme for this service is, “The Night Before”.
Maundy Thursday is the time when we remember that Jesus is spending his last moments with His disciples before He is betrayed, tried, and crucified. The words found in scriptures give us a glimpse of some of the things that Jesus spoke to them not only regarding what was about to happen to Him personally, but also to give them words of encouragement for the future.
Come join with us as we reflect on these words. We will take some time to search our own hearts about how the words that Jesus spoke to His disciples in the upper room apply to us in our everyday life and also what we might say to our loved ones if we knew the end was near and eminent. The life of Christ up to the point of His betrayal and crucifixion is really an example of how we should be living our lives in terms of loving our family, neighbors and even our enemies, how to treat each other with respect, and how to develop a relationship with God that is pleasing to Him.
If you knew that you were going to die the next day; what would you be doing? Who would you talk to? What would you say to them?