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Rise Against Hunger Meal Packing
Wednesday, April 12, 6:00pm - New Life Center
As part of our Lenten journey, we will gather on Wednesday of Holy Week to package healthy, nutritious meals that will then be sent around the world to combat hunger. Visit the website or call the church office to sign up. Thousands of meals will be packaged that night—we’ll need all the help we can get. There’s something for everyone, so make plans to join us.

 
Seder Meal
Thursday, April 13, 6:30pm - New Life Center
On Maundy Thursday (April 13) we will gather and celebrate the Seder meal, remembering the gathering of Jesus and his disciples as he began the journey to the cross. The Seder Meal is a feast celebrated to mark the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. It recounts the story of thousands of years ago of how God saved his people from slavery and death in Egypt. At the Seder, Jesus took the bread and the wine and gave the meaning of Passover a whole new significance, that we would not just be saved from political slavery and suffering of economic oppression, but that we would be saved from our sins and liberated to have eternal life through the act of Jesus Christ dying on the cross for us.
 
This is a powerful celebration that uses food items and actions to remind us of the story of Passover, wonderful for the whole family. It also includes a real dinner of potatoes and chicken and salad and, yes, dessert!  The evening ends in participating in the Sacrament of Holy Communion, again, allowing us to remember what Christ gave us by dying on the cross.
 
There is no cost to attend the Seder, though we ask that you make a reservation so that we will have enough places set at the tables. Call the church office or email Dorothy to make reservations (dorothy.funkhouser@haymountumc.com.).
 
 
Good Friday
Friday, April 14, 7:30pm - Main Sanctuary
On Good Friday (April 14) at 7:30pm, we will gather for a time of worship and reflection to begin the Triduum, or “three days” comprising Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter.. Part of our worship will be a service of Tenebrae, or darkness, as we begin the journey into the tomb, and ultimately to resurrection on Sunday.
 
 
Easter Sunday - April 16
6:30 (Sunrise), 8:30, 9:45, and 11:00am
On Easter Sunday (April 16) there will be four opportunities to worship as we joyously proclaim the risen Lord: 6:30, 8:30, 9:45 and 11:00 am. We will hear the powerful story of Jesus’ resurrection, and we will lift our hearts together in joy and praise through uplifting music shared by our choirs, orchestra and bells.

 

Rise Against Hunger Meal Packing
Wednesday, April 12, 6:00pm - New Life Center
As part of our Lenten journey, we will gather on Wednesday of Holy Week to package healthy, nutritious meals that will then be sent around the world to combat hunger. Visit the website or call the church office to sign up. Thousands of meals will be packaged that night—we’ll need all the help we can get. There’s something for everyone, so make plans to join us.

 
Seder Meal
Thursday, April 13, 6:30pm - New Life Center
On Maundy Thursday (April 13) we will gather and celebrate the Seder meal, remembering the gathering of Jesus and his disciples as he began the journey to the cross. The Seder Meal is a feast celebrated to mark the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover. It recounts the story of thousands of years ago of how God saved his people from slavery and death in Egypt. At the Seder, Jesus took the bread and the wine and gave the meaning of Passover a whole new significance, that we would not just be saved from political slavery and suffering of economic oppression, but that we would be saved from our sins and liberated to have eternal life through the act of Jesus Christ dying on the cross for us.
 
This is a powerful celebration that uses food items and actions to remind us of the story of Passover, wonderful for the whole family. It also includes a real dinner of potatoes and chicken and salad and, yes, dessert!  The evening ends in participating in the Sacrament of Holy Communion, again, allowing us to remember what Christ gave us by dying on the cross.
 
There is no cost to attend the Seder, though we ask that you make a reservation so that we will have enough places set at the tables. Call the church office or email Dorothy to make reservations (dorothy.funkhouser@haymountumc.com.).
 
 
Good Friday
Friday, April 14, 7:30pm - Main Sanctuary
On Good Friday (April 14) at 7:30pm, we will gather for a time of worship and reflection to begin the Triduum, or “three days” comprising Good Friday, Holy Saturday and Easter.. Part of our worship will be a service of Tenebrae, or darkness, as we begin the journey into the tomb, and ultimately to resurrection on Sunday.
 
 
Easter Sunday - April 16
6:30 (Sunrise), 8:30, 9:45, and 11:00am
On Easter Sunday (April 16) there will be four opportunities to worship as we joyously proclaim the risen Lord: 6:30, 8:30, 9:45 and 11:00 am. We will hear the powerful story of Jesus’ resurrection, and we will lift our hearts together in joy and praise through uplifting music shared by our choirs, orchestra and bells.

 

 

 

 Haymount United
Methodist Church

1700 Fort Bragg Road
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Office: 910.484.0181

Fax: 910.484.9805

 

 

 Haymount United
Methodist Church

1700 Fort Bragg Road
Fayetteville, NC 28303
Office: 910.484.0181

Fax: 910.484.9805

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Worship:
8:30AM - Traditional
9:45AM - Contemporary
11:00AM - Traditional

 

 

 

 

Sunday Worship:
8:30AM - Traditional
9:45AM - Contemporary
11:00AM - Traditional

 

 

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