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Singing on Palm Sunday!

April 03 2017
April 03 2017

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palm sundayChildren in Pre-K through first grade are invited to sing in the Palm Sunday service on Sunday, April 9. Children who wish to sing may be dropped off in the Training in the Pews room by 8:45 a.m. before the first service or 10:30 a.m. before the second service. Children are welcomed to participate in both services or just one.

We will practice, line up, and the children will receive their palm branches for the service. They will enter and exit the sanctuary together. You can meet your children in the foyer after they have exited the sanctuary to rejoin you for the service. If you have any questions, please email RPC Children’s Ministry Coordinator Sarah Beaugh (sarahb@redeemersa.org).

Photo credit: Nam Phan


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