Two Unique Learning Opportunities This Lent
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For An Amazing Season
Of Renewal and Focus
Special Worship Experiences in Lent
Our lives are generally so busy and full that we can forget the fact that our time is limited.
This service reminds us to make the most of our time and to put our hope and trust in God for all of our days. This service includes making the sign of the cross on the forehead of
anyone who wishes, communion, songs and a message.
Wednesday, February 17, 2021
7:00 - 8:00 PM
Wednesday In Lent
Each Wednesday in Lent we have a short service of the word.
Services include readings, prayers, confession, a short message, songs and a uniquely Lenten focus each week (Focus included Confession, Prayer, Forgiveness, Hope and Community). This slow paced, contemplative service features mostly spoken liturgy so everyone can participate.
Wednesdays, February 24, March 3, 10, 17 and 24
We proclaim that Jesus is King. On this day we find out what kind
of King Jesus is as we remember his ride into Jerusalem just a few days
before being handed over for trial.
This service features Palm branches, communion, special music and a message
about the kind of King we follow.
Sunday, March 28, 2021
9:00 and 11:00 AM
The season of Lent culminate in the final week leading up to the crucifixion
of Jesus. We slow down and take in each detail of that important week.
At this service we highlight the first time Jesus used bread and wine
to ask his followers to remember him. We pause to learn about serving
others as we witness Jesus washing Peter's feet. And we strip the altar bare
as we witness Jesus surrendering to the guards.
Thursday Night, April 1. 2021
Feel and experience in sights and sounds the last words and scenes of
the life of Jesus. For centuries the church has found that the
deeper we experience this troubling night, the greater our feeling joy
and surprise a few days later.
Friday night, April 2, 2021
We celebrate with Lilies and Trumpets, in song and video and alleluias,
the good news of an open tomb, and an encounter with a resurrected
Jesus that changed the lives of those first followers, started a movement that
changed history forever, and is the foundation of our faith even today.
Sunday, April 4, 2021
9:00 and 11:00 AM