All are invited for a journey through Lent!

Ash Wednesday Worship

February 14

12:00 pm Imposition of Ashes

7:00 pm Ashes and Communion

Midweek Worship

Wednesdays, February 12 - March 21

6:15 pm Soup Supper

7:00 pm Holden Evening Prayer 

This worship service is 30 minutes long with a short theme based homily.  This year's theme is Making Change.  

Making Change

Change is a constant in our lives. Some changes mark gradual transitions, as when daytime shifts toward twilight or winter turns to spring. Others happen in the blink of an eye, separating time into “before” and “after”. We choose to undergo some changes after carefully considering our options, while others are forced upon us.

In the weeks, days, and hours before Jesus’ crucifixion, the disciples also experienced change: a change of venue as the gates of Jerusalem approached; a change of plans as their long-awaited. Messiah was arrested and tried; a change of circumstance as the crowds shouted “Crucify!”

Change is hard. We long for the expected and familiar, but all too often find ourselves in the midst of uncertainty and the unknown. We cannot predict how things will turn out.

The hymnwriter Joachim Neander proclaimed God’s steadfast love in the midst of life’s inevitable changes: “All my hope on God is founded who will all my trust renew, who through change and chance will guide me, only good and only true. God unknown, God alone, call my heart to be thine own.”


Read more about each week's theme.


Journey to Jerusalem with Jesus

Many of us give up something that we like as a way of “living” in our wilderness these 40 days. This year, instead of giving up something, please consider adding “walking with others to Jerusalem”.