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ECHO ALLIANCE CHURCH
SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2021
 
SUNDAY SCHOOL        9:00-9:50 AM
SUSPENDED
 
WORSHIP SERVICE      10:00-11:15 AM
NO NURSERY AVAILABLE

   Welcome & Call to Worship             Psalm 118:27-29
* Hymn #233           Hosanna, Loud Hosanna
* Hymn #93             O for a Thousand Tongues to Sing
* Praise Song          Hosanna
* Opening Prayer
   Announcements
   Video                              Choices Pregnancy Center
   Scripture Reading         
John 12:12-19
   Prayer Time
   Praise Song          Hosanna (Praise Is Rising)
   Message               Is It Really Palm Sunday?
* Hymn #234            All Glory, Laud and Honor
* Doxology
* Closing Prayer




THIS WEEK 
Wednesday, March 3:
        7:00 PM – Evening
ƒ Ladies Bible Study (at the church)

Thursday, March 4:
        9:00 AM – Alliance Women Meeting (at the church)
        7:30 PM – Zoom Prayer Meeting


Friday, March 5:
        9:00 AM – Morning
Ladies Bible Study (at the church)


FUTURE EVENTS 
Sunday, March 7:
        9:00 AM – Sunday School – SUSPENDED
      10:00 AM – Worship Service


Wednesday, March 10:
        7:00 PM – Evening
ƒ Ladies Bible Study (at the church)

Friday, March 12:
        9:00 PM – Morning
Ladies Bible Study (at the church)


ALLIANCE WOMEN MEETING
    The next Alliance Women meeting will be held on Thursday, March 4, at 9:30 AM. Please wear a mask to the meeting.

CHANGE FOR LIFE
    The Alliance Women are supporting the baby bottle fund-raiser from Choices Pregnancy Center in Redwood Falls. If you would like to participate, please take a baby bottle; sign your name on the sheet on the table; fill the bottle with change, cash, or checks (made out to “Choices Pregnancy Center”); and bring it back to church by Easter Sunday, April 4.


 

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