Vincent United Methodist Church will gather for worship online this Sunday morning, February 28 at 10:00 a.m. on the Second Sunday in Lent, where we mark a season of reflection, repentance and renewal. The church building will be closed for worship, but the service will be broadcast live from the sanctuary on the church Facebook page and will be available for Call In. There will be hymns by Music Director Tricia Blanchard and virtual Special Music by the Chancel Choir. Rev. LeDuc will share a children’s sermon and continue a Lenten series with the message “24 Hours: The Garden of Gethsemane.” Join us at 10:00 a.m. or view the service any time afterwards on the church Facebook
page.

Vincent Church will be presenting a worship and sermon series for Lent this year entitled “24 Hours.” Based on the book “24 Hours That Changed the World” by Adam Hamilton, the series will walk through the closing events of Jesus’ earthly ministry. We’ll explore the Last Supper, the Garden of Gethsemane, the Trial, the Crucifixion…and then the
Resurrection. But not only the events, but what they mean for us in our lives in our day. Join us as we experience the sacrificial love and never-ending life we have in Jesus Christ!

“24 Hours” Study for Lent
Vincent Church will hold a Lent Study on Tuesday evenings at 7:30 via Zoom starting February 16 based on the book “24 Hours That Changed the World” by Adam Hamilton. Walking with Jesus through his final hours is not easy, but bring us closer to the hearts of the Lord who gave up his life for us. Through exploration of the scriptures, video clips
of the Holy Land sites, and discussion, we will explore these world-changing and life-changing events. Books can be purchased through Amazon in paperback or Kindle versions. Contact the Church Office for Zoom information.

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“Seven Words” Study
Vincent Church is having a study on “Seven Words: Listening to Christ from the Cross” on Monday mornings from 9:30-11 on Zoom. The most difficult part of Lent is contemplating Jesus on the cross. It’s natural to try and avoid the reality of how Jesus died, but it is from the cross that Jesus shows his deepest love. In Seven Words, Susan Robb looks at Christ’s final words from a biblical and historical perspective, showing how life and hope can be found in them. Contact the Church Office for more information.


Vincent United Methodist Church is located at 100 Vincent Place (across from the library). It is handicapped accessible from the north parking lot. For more information, contact the Church Office at 973-667-5440 or visit the church website at www.vincentumc.org or on Facebook. All are welcome.