Lenten Season 2020

Join us for Lenten Worship

Wednesday, February 26, 7pm
Traditional Ash Wednesday Worship Service.

Soup supper starting at 5:30pm
At worship, all are invited to come up for the imposition of ashes, and to contemplate your mortality with the words, “Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return.” We think upon the many ways we are encouraged to draw ever nearer to God and spend time loving God and our neighbors.
We also celebrate Holy Communion with one another.

Wednesdays, March 4 thru April 1
Soup supper starting at 5:30pm
Midweek Lenten Worship Service at 7pm 
Our Lent midweek services use the Night Prayer/Compline Service.
This year we praise God with music as we listen to members tell us about their favorite hymns and why they are so meaningful to them.
Wed, March 4 – Doug Aden: God Be With You Till We Meet Again
Wed, March 11 – Karen Mullen: ELW 425 – Behold the Host Arrayed in White
Wed, March 18 – Ashley Hamik: ELW 793 – Be Thou My Vision
– Sarge Schuchard: ELW 595 – Jesus Loves Me
Wed, March 25 – Tom Olson: ELW 677 – This Little Light of Mine
Wed, April 1 – Deb Lund: ELW 613 – They Holy Wings

Our Lent/Easter mission project is supported by offerings and free will donation for soup suppers.  This year’s project:  ELCA Lutheran Disaster Response. Lutheran Disaster Response is usually the first on the scene of natural disasters throughout the U.S. and throughout the world, and the last to leave.

Lenten Devotions

from Luther Seminary –
“Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross”

Luther Seminary invites you to use their 2020 Lenten devotional, “Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross“.  The devotions are written by faculty members and students.

from four church leaders –
“Set Free By Truth”

The Rev. Elizabeth A. Eaton, presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA), and leaders from The Episcopal Church, the Anglican Church of Canada, and the Evangelical Lutheran Church in Canada have prepared a series of Lent devotions titled “Set Free By Truth.”  The devotion theme addresses truth and racial justice, reflecting on the challenges facing churches in North America today.

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