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Thank You from Pastor John

See how you helped make Easter a true celebration of Jesus! Check out this video message from Pastor John:

Bulletin Update

Based on the results of our recent communication survey, we’re trying out a new bulletin design so we can post announcements right on the back page instead of on a separate flyer. We’d love to hear your thoughts! Please contact Dan Smith.

Easter Celebration Map

Where can you find the different Easter celebration activities? Check out the map below. (For activity details, see
Easter map

Community Outreach Easter Egg Hunt

Saturday, March 26
We are looking for individuals (or families) to partner with us this year for our Community Outreach Easter Egg Hunt. There are many ways to help! Our greatest need is treats for our goody bags. You can bring items like hard candy, fruit snacks, lunchbox-sized snacks, small toys, erasers, pens, etc. These items do NOT need to fit inside the eggs. You can drop these items in the box located in the foyer. Interested in volunteering to help with games or activities for the event? Contact Holly Burklund or Ashley Blank for more details.

No 252

Sunday, March 27
Parents: Please note that we will not have 252 (grades K-5) at any of the gathering times on Easter. Please plan for your school-age children to join you in the large gathering as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus!

Lost & Found Cleanout

Monday, March 21
The Lost & Found (by the foyer restrooms) will be cleaned out Monday, March 21. There are a number of items and coats on the coatrack. Please check to see if any of these items belong to you. Unclaimed items will be donated to charity.

Passover Seder Meal Reminder

Tuesday, March 15, 5 or 7 p.m., Fellowship Hall
The Passover Seder is a Jewish ritual feast that marks the beginning of the Jewish holiday of Passover and involves a retelling of the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. This is a symbolic representation of the typical Jewish meal with small samplings of food. It is not a full meal. Attendance is limited to those who have already signed up for the meal and paid for their tickets. We are expecting a full house. Please plan to attend the session that you signed up for so we can accommodate all who registered to attend.

Middle School Lock-In

Friday, March 11 – Saturday, March 12, Maranatha Bible Camp
Middle-schoolers: join us out at Camp Maranatha for a stay-up-all-night lock-in! We will play wild, wacky, and possibly ridiculous games through the wee hours of the night, and you just might go home with a rubber chicken. Cost: $35. Meet out at Maranatha at 6 p.m. on Friday the 11th; pick up at 8 a.m. on Saturday the 12th. Parent release form required.

No High School Sunday School

Due to the HS Ski Retreat, there will be no HS Sunday School on Sunday.

Wild Game Feed

Saturday, March 12, 5-8:30 p.m., Fellowship Hall
Guys, bring your friends and a dish of wild (or not-so-wild) game to share, and join us at NPBC for a great evening of food and fun for guys of all ages! The doors open at 5:00 with outdoor displays and time to just hang out. Dinner will start at 6:00, with a speaker beginning around 6:30 and a Q&A time with a couple Game and Parks guys. Contact Mike Morrell for more info.

Passover Seder Meal

Tuesday, March 15, 5 or 7 p.m., Fellowship Hall
You are invited to attend a Passover Seder meal! The Seder meal is the traditional Passover meal to remember the suffering and persecution of the Jewish people in Egypt and the miraculous way that God brought them out of slavery. This experience can help us prepare for Easter by deepening our understanding of Passover and the way that it set the stage for Jesus – the Lamb of God, who takes away the sin of the world.

Leading us in the Seder meal will be Avi Snyder, a veteran missionary and director of the European work of Jews for Jesus. Jews for Jesus is an agency that proclaims that Jesus is the Messiah of Israel and Savior of the world, but the founders of this organization are quick to point out that Jews for Jesus actually began about 2,000 years ago – Jesus’ first disciples were Jewish, and there have been some Jewish people who have believed in Him ever since. The cost of this meal is $3 per person or $12 per family, and you can come at either 5:00 or 7:00 p.m. In order to prepare for this meal, it is important that you register in advance. Sign up Sunday at the table in the foyer.

Sola HS Ski Retreat

Thursday, February 25 – Sunday, February 28
Our high school students will be headed to Table in the Wilderness in Centennial, WY for a ski retreat. This will be an extended weekend of skiing, ice skating, snowball fights, archery tag, hiking, Bible study, and much more. Retreat from the everyday and reconnect with Christ and one another on this exciting trip.