Worship: March 3 at 11:00 AM

Sermon Title: An Historical Review of Days to Come
 Transfiguration Sunday is one of those odd church days. It’s the story of Jesus going up on the mountain with Peter, James, and John, and while they are there, Jesus is transformed to appear in glory and is found to be talking with Moses and Elijah who left the earth respectively some 14 and 8 centuries previously. An intentional cloud comes over the scene declaring Jesus to be the chosen Son. Then it’s all back to normal. We mark the day every year just before the start of Lent. It is a mysterious story, leaving as many questions as answers. Western culture isn’t really fond of mystery, preferring to quantify and qualify life in an effort to bring it under some measure of control. Our God, however, refuses to submit to that longing.

For those who like to read ahead, please see Luke 9:28-36


Sunday, March 3
Adult Sunday School (10AM)
Worship (11AM)
Fellowship M-N (12:15PM)
Youth Fellowship (4PM)

Monday, March 4
Waterford Community Yoga (7PM)

Tuesday, March 5
WFR HOA (6:30PM)
Operations Meeting (7PM)

Wednesday, March 6
Girl Scouts (4:30)
Ash Wednesday Supper & Service (6PM-7PM)
Choir Practice (7PM)
AA Meeting (8PM)

Thursday, March 7
Book Club (7:30PM)


Adult Sunday School
Sundays: 10AM – 11AM
Led by Leif Larsen, the Winter 2019 Adult Sunday School is held at 10AM in the parlor. The group is studying William Barclay’s “Commentary on The Gospel of John, Vol. II.”

Youth Sunday School
Sundays: 11:15AM – Noon
Youth Sunday School takes place during worship, after the passing of the peace. Ages range from 2 to 13. 

Ash Wednesday Observance
Wednesday, March 6: 6:00PM – 7:00PM
The season of Lent begins on Ash Wednesday, March 6, and we will mark the day with a simple supper and service of worship at 6:00-7:00 p.m. The service will include scripture, prayers, reflections on Lenten disciplines, and the imposition of ashes.

High School Youth Lock-In
Friday, March 29 – Saturday, March 30, 2019
Youth will participate in fun, food, fellowship and spiritual enrichment and camp out overnight at the church.  CPC youth that invite a friend will receive a prize. Drop-off will take place at 6 PM on Friday, March 29 and pick-up at 4 PM on Saturday, March 30. For more information and to reserve your spot, contact Russ MehlErin Pierce, or Kristin Mazlum.  Cost is FREE, but we need reservations by March 24.

Coming Soon: Inquirers Class
If you are interested in learning more about Catoctin Presbyterian Church or the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), or if you have thoughts about maybe becoming a member of the congregation, our Inquirers Class is just what you need. There’s no obligation in taking the class, but it is a requirement for becoming an enrolled active member. We are making plans for a class to start soon, so contact Pastor David to let him know you want in!