A Midweek Journey through Lent

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Rev. Dr. John Warther
Associate Pastor
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February 14 – March 30

Lent is the journey we make as we travel with Christ to Jerusalem, where He will face the cross and the grave for us. This year’s theme focuses upon the journey, though perhaps not in the way we usually walk it. Our overall theme is “Return from Exile: A Lenten Journey.”

The beginning of our journey is exile in the wilderness of sin and death. From the first sin in the first garden, we have been exiled into the wilderness where we have wandered without any ability to find our way out. But every journey also has a destination. Our return from exile brings us into the Promised Land, the perfect place, the new garden, the courts of heaven—the ultimate destination which was established for us by Jesus’ death and resurrection.

Our Wednesday services are at 11am and 7pm.  A luncheon follows the morning service, and our evening service is preceded by dinner at 6pm.  Join us as we take this journey together:

Ash Wednesday, February 14
“Heart to Heart: Sackcloth and Ashes to Robes of Righteousness”

Wednesday, February 21
Garden to Garden: Eden to Heaven”

Wednesday, February 28
Mountain to Mountain: Mount Moriah to Mount Zion”

Wednesday, March 7
“Out of Egypt: Through the Water”

Wednesday, March 14
“Tree to Tree: The Tree of Life to the Cross”

Wednesday, March 21
“Death to Resurrection: The Wilderness to the Promised Land”

Maundy Thursday, March 29
“Meal to Meal: The Passover to the Lord’s Supper”

Good Friday, March 30
“Sin-Bearer to Sin-Bearer: The Day of Atonement to the Atonement”