SERMON: Mt 28:6 "Come and see the place where he lay."  We will go to the Cross and tomb in preparation for Resurrection Sunday. I'd like to do something different and tell the story of the Passion this Sunday, to bring us into this historical event. 

PALM SUNDAY.  Palms will be given out as we enter church. To close this Sunday's church service I'd like to invite us to bring our palms to the cross and have a time of corporate prayer.
Our IRELAND team will give a report this Sunday.

MEN'S Bible Study, Tuesday at church, 6pm to 8:30pm (see Pastor Dale for info)
Teens Weekly Bible Study at church. Thursdays 6pm to 7:30pm (See Pastor Dale for info)

AWANA, will resume again on Wed., April 7.
EASTER SUNDAY, services at our usual 10am. Easter Egg hunt for the kids, Big church lunch after service, so please invite friends and family.  We will have an extended time of worship, including our Rainbow Church Adult Choir!  We will end the service with children's Scripture recitation and celebration of the Lord's Supper, which will be shared as the Passover Seder involving the Christian symbolism.

NATIONAL DAY OF PRAYER.  I am involved in a monthly Pastors' meeting with pastors of Fallbrook.  Yesterday about 7 of us met at Riverview. We discuss pastor issues and pray for each other.  Rainbow Church will sharing in the National Day of Prayer, May 6, 7pm, which will be held at Fallbrook Presbyterian Church, so please join me for this important evening.  (more info coming)
Our 2010 Church Prayer focus: Individual Sanctification
Mt 27:54 When the centurion and those with him who were guarding Jesus saw the earthquake and all that had happened, they were terrified, and exclaimed, "Surely he was the Son of God!"

Have a wonderful day, Pastor Craig

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