Daylight Savings Time begins this Sunday morning, March 13, at 2 a.m. That means, before bed on Saturday night, you should set your clocks ahead by one hour, lest morning finds you running an hour late.
In worship this Sunday, we’ll know who has forgotten! As we are finishing up, people who aren’t yet on Daylight Savings Time will arrive at church, looking surprised that we are already taking the collection!
Or if you meant to go to Sunday School or the Adult Forum, you will find us heading up to the Sanctuary for worship. This latter case is, of course, the better: not only will you not miss church. If you are a good poker player, you may be able to make it appear that you haven’t made a mistake…
Daylight Savings Time tries, as the sun is higher in the summer, to shift our time so that we have less light early in the morning and, therefore, can take advantage of the longer days with more light in the afternoon.