Weekly Update 3.22.18


March 22, 2018

Current Series: February 14th - March 25th
Why did Jesus die on a cross? That might sound like a simple or even silly question. All of us have heard, "Jesus died on the cross to forgive us of our sins," right? But that's where things get tricky because what does it actually mean? Throughout the season of Lent will be wrestling with this question, and what we'll find is that the answer is bigger and better than we ever imagined. Below you'll find a link to additional resources:

Good Friday
Lent focuses on Jesus' journey to the cross culminating with Good Friday, the day we remember Jesus’ death. Good Friday is meant to be the dark silence before the celebration of Resurrection on Easter morning. It is a poignant moment in the story of Jesus and in our story as Christ followers. Join Missio for our service starting at 6:30 pm. Childcare will be provided for kids up to 5 years of age.

Men's Breakfast
Men’s breakfast Saturday March 24th 7-9 am in the Missio Cafe. This will be a time to hang out, discuss faith with a short devotional, and be presented with some ways to get involved with other men in our community through discipleship and serving.


Easter Dessert
Bring your favorite dessert to share this Easter. All of the desserts will go on a massive dessert table for everyone to share. It doesn’t need to be fancy, but if you want to get fancy then don’t let anyone hold you back. So bring a dessert on Easter Sunday to whatever service you choose to attend. Looking forward to celebrating.

Baptisms Easter Sunday
Jesus gives the church, the gift of baptism as a way to practice and proclaim the reality of our new citizenship in Him. If you consider yourself a follower of Jesus but haven’t been baptized, get baptized, and let’s celebrate the work of Jesus in your life on Easter. Baptism at Missio is open to anyone who wants to follow Jesus. If you are interested in being baptized email Kyle@missiodeislc.com.

Games for Easter
Do you love cornhole tournaments? Friendly bouts of horseshoes? Do you want to bring your favorite games to Easter so that you can be crowned the 2018 Easter lawn game champion? Well, perfect because Amanda Whitely is organizing this year's Easter games and she needs your help. Send her an email for more info and to be involved. 


S2:E1 – Fear & Loathing
The Peoples Theology is back. In our first episode of season two, we are exploring a feeling. Author, Pankaj Mishra, calls our cultural moment an "age of rage." All of us, at some level, can relate to this. We watch it play out on the news, in our Facebook feeds, in conversations with family, and many of us feel it. Listen here.

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