Lent is traditionally a season of repentance, reflection, and preparation for Easter. This year, we will be focusing closely on repentance, admitting our part in the brokenness of the world and trusting to the grace of Jesus to redeem not only his whole world, but each one of us who inhabit it.
Join us Thursday evening, April 17 at 6:30pm for a Passover Seder at the church building. Together we’ll recite the story of God’s deliverance and share wonderful food. Kids are absolutely welcome. Please bring the following: a dish to pass, wine and/or juice, pillows to sit on, and a tablecloth if you have one to spare.
Enter the darkness and shadows, memorializing the crucifixion of Jesus at this powerful, somber Good Friday experience: readings from Holy Scripture and the church fathers, meditation, silence, and the extinguishing of candles—culminating in total darkness.