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New Promise Lutheran Church is to be a vital, Christ-centered witness to all God's people—reaching out through the ministries of worship and sacrament, services and education "for building up the body of Christ." (Ephesians 4:11-13)

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Lent & Holy Week


Wednesdays Mar 6 - Apr 10

    6:15 PM  Lenten Supper

     7:00 PM  Evening Vespers

Palm Sunday April 14

  8:00 AM  Worship with Communion

10:30 AM  Worship with Communion

Maundy Thursday April 13

  7:00 PM  Be a part of the

              “Live Last Supper”

               Shepherd of the Hills UMC

Good Friday April 19

11:00 AM  “Stations of the Cross”

               Community Walk

               Meet at Sandtown Park  

  7:00 PM  Ecumenical Worship

               here at New Promise            

Easter Sunday April 21

  8:00 AM  Worship with Communion

  8:30 AM     Easter Breakfast

  9:00 AM     Easter Egg Hunt

  9:30 AM  Worship with Communion

11:00 AM  Worship with Communion

Wednesday Evening Vespers

After Ash Wednesday (Mar 6), the lyrical melodies of Holden Evening Prayer will frame our worship with meditations by lay members on their favorite Lenten hymn.


Shout “Hosanna” with the crowd as Jesus enters Jerusalem on the road to the cross. What is your relationship with Jesus? Do you lift your cross and follow him, or do you abandon him like the crowd? We share in Christ’s entry to Jerusalem through word and song.


Jesus shares this last night with his disciples, but he shares much more than just bread and wine. He shares the Kingdom of God. This year, you are invited to be seated in the same room as Jesus, based on DaVinci’s “Last Supper.” Presented at Shepherd of the Hills United Methodist Church.


The final moments on the cross are the framework for meditations and music as we turn down the lights on Jesus’ final hours on the cross. Join with other St George faith communities in celebrating the sacrificial and saving power of the cross.

EASTER - Celebrate Jesus’ Resurrection

Jesus is risen, Alleluia! Discover again with the disciples the amazing story of Jesus’ victory over death. God’s amazing gift changed the world forever.