The Christian calendar is structured to follow two main events in the world shaping history of Jesus' life, his birth, of course, and his death and resurrection. In popular terms these events are known as Christmas and Easter, the "high seasons" of the church. However, for those who understand the spiritual significance of the Easter Event, the time leading up to Jesus' death is highly significant and is known as LENT. Many remember this as a time when we sacrifice things that we perhaps don't really need beginning on Mardi Gras (Fat Tuesday) but its much, much, more than that!
LENT is a time of journeying in the wilderness, a time of spiritual wandering as we search for meaning in our lives only to discover we must lose them in order to gain them back in a miraculous way! Won't you consider taking this incredible spiritual journey with us as in forty days if you will invest yourself, no immerse yourself, in the historic reality of what the God who created the universe condescended to do for you and for me... well if you really want to know, you need to attend worship for the next month!
Sunday, March 4, Lent 3B--Communion
1 Corinthians 1:18-31
Sermon: Zeal for your House!
Sunday, March 11, Lent 4B
Sermon: Love, Freedom, Judgment but the greatest of these is...
Sunday, March 18, Lent 5B
Sermon: Bold Affirmation
Sunday, March 25, Palm Sunday
Psalm 118:1-2, 18-29
Sermon: Misplaced Expectations
Thursday, March 29, Maundy Thursday 7:30 pm
Exodus 12:1-7, 12-14
Sermon: Come to the Table
Friday, March 30, Good Friday 10:30 am
Pantomime of the Passion