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Wednesday, March 1st at 6:30pm
5:30pm – Ash Wednesday Soup Supper – everyone is welcome
6:30pm – Service of Communion with Imposition of Ashes
You are invited to the Soup Supper in the Church Dining Room at 5:30pm and to worship at 6:30pm, which will include communion and the imposition of Ashes. Receiving the ashes are a reminder of our humanity and mortality. Wearing the ashes reminds us that we belong to God, even in the broken places of human life. We receive the ashes with these words: You are dust and to dust you shall return.
Lenten Study: Being Christian
Being Christian—This year’s Lenten Bible Study will focus on the book “Being Christian” by Rowan Philips – the great treasure house of prayer. Each Sunday at 4pm, beginning on March 12th and extending to April 2nd. Cynthia Campbell and Matt Nickel will lead reflections on how the psalms can help us find words for prayer in times of great joy and deepest loss. Each session will include prayer, song and reflection as we discover new resources for all the seasons of our lives.
Sunday, April 9th at 9:30am and 11:00am
Worship is alive with waving palms and alleluias entering Holy Week.
Thursday, April 13th at 7:00pm
Friday, April 14th at 7:00pm
Easter Vigil (Holy Saturday)
Saturday, April 15th – 6:30pm
The Great Vigil of Easter is the first service of Easter. The service journeys through Light, Readings, Baptism and Eucharist with movement, color, music and light. It is a lively, active service that tells how the story of our faith unfolds.
Sunday, April 16th
8:00am – Youth-led “Sunrise” Service
9:30am – Easter Service of Communion
11:15am – Easter Service of Communion
Sunday, June 11 at 9:30am and 11am