Saturday Worship Services:
5:00 PM In- person Worship service
5:00 PM Live- streamed

Sunday Worship Services:
8:15 AM In-person Worship service
10:30 AM In-person Worship service

Lent & Easter 2024

Psalms for Lent 2024


Midweek Soup Supper & Lenten Service
Wednesdays, March 1, 8, 15, 22, and 29

5:30 PM: Soup Supper, in the Fellowship Hall
6:15 PM: Lenten Worship & Healing Prayer, with dramatic readings

Things of God – Dramatic Readings
March 1: Coin Soup Supper sponsored by: Sanctuary Choir
March 8: Cup Soup Supper sponsored by: Noon GRACE class
March 15: Sign Soup Supper sponsored by: Children, Youth & Family ministries
March 22: Sponge Soup Supper sponsored by: Women’s GATHER Bible study group
March 29: Thorn Soup Supper sponsored by: Preschool Committee

We also need dramatic readers! Email if you are available for one or more Wednesdays!

Lent & Easter 2023

Graphic Design by Rev. Lauren Wright Pittman | A Sanctified Art LLC |

The lectionary for Year A offers us many stories of Jesus encountering people who are seeking: Nicodemus comes to him in the veil of night, he approaches a Samaritan woman at a well, he heals a man born without sight. In these stories, each person is seeking a new beginning, a different life, a deeper faith. What unfolds is an exchange filled with questions and exploration. Often, an unveiling occurs—assumptions are disrupted, a new perspective is revealed, mystery grows.
And so, we’ve crafted a Lenten series founded on questions. Many of our weekly questions feel restorative (“Can these bones live?”). Some feel like a charge or challenge (“Who will you listen to?”).

Some questions are hopeful and curious (“How do we begin again?”). Our questions won’t necessarily lead to answers, but they can help us find clarity and a new perspective. Ultimately, we pray they lead to a new beginning, a restoration, a wider grace.
Like the characters in our Lenten scriptures, we are also seeking many things: clarity, connection, wonder, justice, balance. We are seeking our calling, the sacred, and how to live as a disciple.
Throughout the turbulence of the past few years, many of us are asking big questions about our lives and our faith. If you are returning to church, you are probably returning with more questions and a critical lens. We hope this series will help us unpack some of those big questions in ways that are honest and faithful. Throughout this season, we hope you will continually ask yourself: what am I seeking? What is God seeking?
This Lent, we invite you to engage in the spiritual practice of seeking. We encourage you to stay curious, open, and nimble. We hope you will soften your assumptions and expand your perspectives.
We pray that these questions will create a safe space to explore—to be drawn more deeply into the fullness of life, into the heart of God.

Graphic Design by Rev. Lauren Wright Pittman | A Sanctified Art LLC |