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CHURCH BULLETIN

First Presbyterian to host speaker, Palm Sunday events

WALLA WALLA — First Presbyterian Church of Walla Walla, 325 S. First Ave. will host “Christ in the Passover,” with speaker Aaron Abramson from Jews for Jesus, 7-8 p.m. Friday. Abramson will speak about Jesus’ Jewish roots.

On Palm Sunday, the 10:31 a.m. service will celebrate the triumphant entry of Jesus of Nazareth as King of the Jews. Afterward, there will be a free sandwich-bar lunch, then by an Easter egg hunt for the children on the big lawn. For information call 509-525-1093.

Special Palm Sunday concert planned at Pataha Flour Mill

POMEROY — Baritone/organist Mark Newman of Clarkston, Wash. and tenor/pianist Jon Van Vog, of Pomeroy will present a special Lenten concert at 3 p.m. Palm Sunday at Pataha Flour Mill, near Pomeroy. They will perform piano and organ renditions of favorite Gospel songs focusing on the theme of the cross of Jesus, and will sing well-known vocal pieces, including “The Holy City” and “The Lord’s Prayer.” The concert is free, but an offering will be taken to benefit the preservation of the Mill. For more information, call Van Vogt at 509-951-5351.

St. Paul’s Episcopal to hold Easter vigil service March 30

WALLA WALLA — St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 323 Catherine St., will hold an Easter vigil 8-9:30 p.m. March 30. The service will begin in the churchyard where the Pascal candle is lit. It moves into the darkened church. where each person lights a candle and the church becomes illuminated. In speech and music, from Moses, the Psalmist and the Prophets, the story of God’s enduring love for God’s people is told.

Then, in a burst of light and sound, the resurrection of Jesus is greeted with the first alleluia of Easter.

For more information, call 509-529-1083.

Items for the Church Bulletin are due by 11 a.m. Tuesday. Events will appear here one time. Send them via email to news@wwub.com.

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