Welcome to Judson
Do you know us? We are seekers, believers, doubters and dreamers who gather each Sunday at the corner of 41st and Harriet. We are married, partnered, single, gay and straight; we are families at all ages and stages of life. We are theologically progressive and politically diverse – and we welcome all.
We are from Lutheran, Catholic, Baptist, Unitarian and many other faith traditions – and from no tradition. We are Judson Memorial Baptist Church. We strive to learn about and live the love of God.
We invite you to join us any Sunday morning.
This Sunday’s Worship Information:
SERVICE STARTS AT 9:30 am
Preacher: Rev. Travis Norvell
Sermon: “The Unfinished Work of Easter “
Liturgist: No liturgist today
Music: Judson Choir and Brass
Worship Leader: Keith Ford
Ushers: Joel Frederickson, Hendrix Johnson, Van & Katie Johnson
Adult Education Sunday: There is no Adult education or Sunday school scheduled for today.
LAUNCH MONTHLY CALENDAR
Current month’s bulletins:
Movie Night, April 14 - 7:00 pm
We will begin Holy Week with a screening of Monty Python’s 1979 classic,
Life of Brian
Taize service, Wednesday, April 16th
Service at 6:00 – 6:30 pm
followed by a small meal of bread and cheese
Maundy Thursday, April 17 - 6:00 pm
A meal/worship service modeled after the last supper.
Good Friday, April 18 - 7:00 pm at University Baptist Church
Creative reflections on contemporary crucifixions. University Baptist Church and Judson Church choirs will join together to participate in this service. The service will be held at University Baptist Church.
Easter Sunday, April 20 - 9:30–Worship
Celebrate the morning at a vibrant service of worship with music by the Judson Choir and Brass.
Lenten Reflections on the Psalms 2014
Here is the booklet – Voices of Judson: Lenten Reflections on the Psalms, Spring 2014. Each day, beginning with Ash Wednesday, read the psalm and the reflection entry for that day. There is a psalm for a particular day, for Ash Wednesday and Holy Week and one psalm per week in between. [Booklet]
Mission of the Month for April
ASK Program tutoring program will be the April Mission of the month. They work with disadvantaged children in Mercer County in and around Athens, WV. Funds would go to purchase supplies for the program. Dr. Nancy Burton from Concord University, Director of the program says, We have expanded beyond Athens and now have 4 schools involved…not all associated with Athens Baptist…and we are tentatively adding a fifth school this semester. Our program at the church with Athens School has grown to about 45 students each Monday and Wednesday.
May 17, 2014 – 11 am to 5 pm
Perennial Plant sale
Music of all genres – both inside and outside
Local Craft Vendors Food Booths Ye Olde Bread Shoppe
Inflatables run by the Kingfield Neighborhood Association (Giant Slide, Moon Bounce)
Silent Auction Collectibles Dunk Tank
Musical Petting Zoo, Kids’ activities, Service activities and more!
Judson Street Fest link