Lent is a season of confession and repentance leading up to our remembrance of Christ’s crucifixion and resurrection. During this season, we make a point to confess the ways that we have failed to be the people who God calls us to be, and to earnestly attempt to change our lives for the better.

Ash Wednesday

Join us as we confess our sins, remember our mortality, and enter the season of Lent. We will start with a simple soup supper, and then move into a reflective worship service.

Join us on Wednesday, March 2. Soup Supper at 5pm. Worship at 6pm.

Sunday Worship

We begin the Lenten fast on the Sunday before Lent by retiring the alleluia. Sunday mornings during Lent feature a slightly different version of our usual worship. During this season, we recite the kyrie eleison each week, asking for God’s forgiveness during this season of confession and purification.

Join us at 9:30 on Sunday mornings as we prepare ourselves for Christ’s death and resurrection.

Lenten Study

This Lent, we are spending time with Sarah Griffith Lund’s Blessed are the Crazy.

Blessed Are the Crazy is more than a memoir, it’s a resource for churches and other faith-based groups to provide healing and comfort. Author Sarah Griffith Lund looks back at her father’s battle with bipolar disorder, and the helpless sense of déjà vu as her brother and cousin endure mental illness, as well.

You can join us for our Lenten study on Wednesdays at 6pm, starting March 9. We meet at the DeWitt Community Library.

You can buy the book here.

Holy Week

Holy Week is the week before Easter, and includes Maundy Thursday (when we mark the last supper that Jesus had with his disciples before his crucifixion) and Good Friday (when we recognize Christ’s crucifixion).

Join us for a communion-centered service on Maundy Thursday (April 14) at 7pm.

Join us for a Tenebrae service on Good Friday (April 15) at 7pm.

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