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Join us for a holy 

Lent and Easter Season

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As Lent dawns upon us, we will be reminded that Jesus is a man that surely faced his own suffering.  Thankfully, he knows our suffering also.  May our Lord Jesus Christ compassionately breathe upon us a fresh wind of healing, strength, and holy vision so that we may continue to walk in the love and support our connection gives us, and always remain family. 

                                                           Have a blessed, holy Lenten season.

                                                                         Pastor Jay Blake 

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Upcoming Lenten Services

April 2: Palm Sunday Services

                      9:30 am and 11 am


April 6: Holy Thursday Service

                    7 pm at Mt Carmel

April 7: Good Friday Service 7 pm at New Market

April 9: Easter “Sonrise” Service 

                  6:15am at Fairview Chapel

                  (6802 Boyers Mill Road, New Market)

April 9: Easter Sunday Services 

                    9:30 am  and 11 am

 Lenten Bible Study

“Finding Jesus in the Psalms”

    There are now two opportunities to

join this Study!!

9:30-10:30am and 10:45am - Noon
Every Sunday through April 16

(except Easter Sunday)


February 27-April 17

Location:  Mt  Carmel First-Floor Conference Room

Facilitator/Study Leader: Sharla Worley

A copy of the book “Finding Jesus in the Psalms” will be provided

to all participants at no cost.

As we move into this upcoming Lenten season, we are offered an opportunity to experience a deeper walk in Christ as our observance of Lent unfolds.  May this deeper walk result in all of us being made a brand-new creation in Jesus Christ.  May our life experience transformation and newness in the most positive of ways.  May we find deeper levels of comfort for those who are grieving, healing for those who are sick, forgiveness for those who are guilt-ridden, and strength to make it through this journey.  Fast, pray, serve, give, and forgive as never before during this season, and may the Lord Bless You Real Good.

Pastor Jay

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