The season of Lent begins on February 26th with Ash Wednesday and ends on the Triduum of Holy Week.
Ash Wednesday is a traditional service with the imposition of ashes and Holy Communion at 5pm on February 26th.
This year’s Sunday Lenten Series is “The Call to Serve.” Worship is at 9 am with Holy Communion. We celebrate these Sundays as mini-Easters, since they are not counted in the 40 days of Lent.
On Thursdays, we gather for our soup and bread suppers at 6:15. (There is a signup sheet on the in the Narthex) Worship follows at 7 pm. The Midweek worship series “Open My Life Lord” with Holden Evening Prayer.
Holy Week Services
Palm Sunday (4/5) begins Holy Week, a week-long observance of our Lord’s entry into Jerusalem. We begin outside the sanctuary and process into the church. Worship with Holy Communion is 9 am.
Maundy Thursday (4/9) begins the Triduum of Holy Week which includes our Lord’s passion, death and resurrection. On this Thursday we share a simple meal as worship is intertwined with the dinner at 12 Noon. The service includes Holy Communion and stripping of the Altar.
Good Friday (4/10) is a day in which we remember Jesus’ death by crucifixion. Good Friday is called 'good' not because Jesus died, but because of what we experience of grace, forgiveness, joy, peace and love, as a result of that death. This solemn service is at 5 pm.
Easter Prayer Vigil (4/11) from 7 am to 7 pm on Holy Saturday. During this time, you will be asked to pray, read scripture, and reflect on the true meaning of Easter. Details to follow soon.
Easter Sunday (4/12), at 9 am, we celebrate this day of days with Holy Communion and are filled with hope as we share the Good News that Christ is risen.
We welcome you to join us for Sunday Services
August through January - 11 a.m.
February through July - 9 a.m.
Fellowship and refreshments follow services
Children's School is every other Sunday during worship September - May
“Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord,
and he will repay him for his deed.”