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YOUR LENTEN JOURNEY

This is a season of spiritual preparation of what's to come ... join us!

God, as we begin the season of Lent, Easter, and Resurrection, help us look for your presence…

In prayer,

In nature,

In one another,

In quiet time alone and time together
with friends & family.

Bless our days, that we may grow in faith,
hope, and love. 

Amen.

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MIDWEEK STUDY

We will explore the Scriptures, consider the mission to which we are called, and discover anew the Christ who walks with us in these days.  Join us each Wednesday via Zoom at 11 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Email Pastor David for Zoom access.

MIDWEEK WORSHIP

As the pandemic lingers, we gather for mid-week worship online during the season of Lent. Join us at 8 p.m. each Wednesday for Compline … a brief service of prayer at the close of the day.

Viewing is via Facebook LIVE.

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LENTEN DEVOTIONS & LUNCH

Wednesday @ 11:30 a.m. in Room 202

Etched: beloved Children of God

Join us each Wednesday during Lent for a devotion, reflection, and continued conversation around a light meal. Please sign-up at the Welcome Center so meal arrangements can be made.  A free-will offering will be taken to cover costs.

 

Our devotion series will remind us that we are beloved creations of God. Though unfinished works – somewhat rough drafts of who we are becoming, with all of our flaws and in all of our shortcomings – we are etched on the walls of God’s own heart.

LENTEN DEVOTIONS & LUNCH

Wednesday @ 11:30 a.m. in Room 202

Beginning February 21 through March 27, join us each week for lunch and a time of meditating and discussing selections from Have a Beautiful, Terrible Lent! by Kate Bowler.

 

During Lent, we ask God to show us the world as it is. We begin on Ash Wednesday with the reality of our finitude rubbed on our foreheads – from dust we were made, to dust we shall return. Then, we walk through that reality in a kind of dress rehearsal. It is the downward slope of God – the Great Descent. The whole church must descend to the depths with their savior. Frankly, Lent is my favorite part of the church calendar. Suddenly, all of us are on the losing team. And we look at each other with well-earned wonder, horror, and awe. We begin to tell each other the truth again: life is so beautiful and life is so hard. For everyone.

 

Of course, the cross isn’t the end of the story. But this season of grief is carved out to acknowledge the reality of Jesus’ sacrifice. Our savior knew pain and grief and despair, and so do we. Easter is coming, yes. But for now, we sit in the ashes of our broken dreams and broken hearts, knowing that God sits here with us.

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WOMEN'S LENTEN RETREAT

Saturday, March 16, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. in Chapel Lounge

SAVE THIS DATE ... details to come!

Cost: $10 – includes continental breakfast, light lunch, and materials  If you have any questions and to register, contact Rachel Núñez.

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