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Sunday, March 19th, 2023

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Prayer Points

Prayer Points for the week of March 19th, 2023

  • Sovereign God, may we go in faith where You lead, trusting You to give us courage, confidence, and ability at the right moment. Exodus 4:1-12
  • Heavenly Father, we pray for the Holy Spirit to fill our pastors with Your joy, Your sustaining strength, and Your guidance for all the preparations and services throughout Lent and Holy Week. John 16:13-14; Romans 15:13
  • Gracious God, we pray for the AWKN on campus prayer and worship service (3/31-4/2) to be Spirit led, instilling in the students a consuming love for Jesus and producing hearts that cling passionately to Him. Psalm 63
  • We pray for the men on the Emmaus Walk, March 16-19, to experience the fullness and joy of the living Christ. May the Spiritual fruit be plentiful to bring the kingdom of God upon the earth. Luke 24:30-31; Acts 2:17; Psalm 107:9

As we prepare to celebrate our risen Savior on Easter Morning, we have many opportunities to come together and worship the week before.

Starting on April 6th, Maundy Thursday, we will gather for a worship journey from Passover table to the garden starting in the Vine space at 7:30 pm. Please note the time change. On April 7th, Good Friday, we will gather in the commons at 7:30 pm for a time of reflection before the cross. This will feature hymns, special music and readings. At the same time on Good Friday, we will have a special worship experience for our K-5th graders, offering an interactive walk-through Holy Week that will surely spark further family discussion.

On Saturday, April 8th, our Annual Easter Egg hunt starts in the KMC Parking lot promptly at 10:00am followed by fun inflatables and games.

Easter Sunday begins with sunrise service in Town Center at 7:30am. We will also have an Easter in Town Center service led by the Vine Band at 10:00am. On campus, we will gather in the Sanctuary and worship at 8:00, 9:30, and 11:00am. Please note there will be no children’s Sunday School.

At both locations, we will have our traditional flower cross. The Flowering of the Easter Cross transforms a symbol of death, darkness, pain, and hopelessness into a symbol of beauty and life in light of the Resurrection of Christ. We invite you to take your own flowers and help decorate the cross! Take a photo with your family, and be sure to tag @kingwoodmethodist.

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