This Lenten season, we’re calling ourselves to reading and discussion scripture by reviewing the gospel of Luke together. If you’d like to join in the closed Facebook group for discussion throughout Lent, please send an email requesting to join and to receive the reading schedule.
In addition, we will offer three special services to mark the season. Lent begins with Ash Wednesday, this year falling on March 6. We will end Lent with a Service of Tenebrae, offered both on Maundy Thursday and Good Friday. Simply pick the Tenebrae service that best fits your schedule.
We look forward to seeing you at church!
Reading Schedule | Gospel of Luke
The readings correspond to Ted’s sermon series on the parables of Jesus. See schedule below and join in the online conversation via our closed Facebook group. Send an email requesting to join and to receive the reading schedule.
Special Service Opportunities
Ash Wednesday | March 6, 2018 at 8:00 p.m., Soup Supper to follow immediately | Nursery Provided
A traditional Ash Wednesday service including a brief sermon, hymn singing, and the imposition of ashes as we remind ourselves of our humanity and thus our need for God. Join us for our annual soup supper leading up to the service in the social hall.
A Service of Tenebrae | Maundy Thursday, April 18, at 6:00 p.m. or Good Friday, April 19, at 12:30 p.m. | Nursery Provided on Thursday
This service walks us through, in powerful fashion, the story of the crucifixion. It calls to mind all that Jesus went through for us, preparing our hearts for the glory that awaits on Easter Sunday. We cannot fully appreciate Easter until we have allowed ourselves to know the depths of despair at the cross. This service will be the same at both times; simply pick the one that best works for your schedule. Nursery is offered for the Thursday evening service.
Easter | Sunday, April 21, at 8:45 a.m. or 11:00 a.m.
Join us for a festive celebration of our risen savior at either of our regularly scheduled services. Come early, as there will be limited seating for both.