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February 18 and March 17 at 7:00 p.m.
These monthly services will focus on Lenten themes, prayers and meditative singing.
February 11-March 17
Evening Prayer returns in Lent. It will take place every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday at 5:15 p.m. in the chapel. Come join Emily and your fellow parishioners for this 20 minute service of prayer, scripture reading, and quiet contemplation. Make Evening Prayer a part of your Lenten discipline this year.
February 14, March 6, 13 and 20
Through the Lenten season, we will take time in the Adult Forum to explore a video entitled Living the Questions. We will watch a 20 minute video and then have unstructured, open conversation about the issues raised, topics exploring our journey, reconciliation and transformation. Living the Questions 2.0 brings together over thirty highly acclaimed scholars, theologians and other experts in a video exploration of an open, inclusive, broad-minded Christianity.
Saturday, March 12 at 6:00 p.m.
Our own Debbie DeKalb will lead us in a traditional Seder meal. We will learn about this very important ritual for our Jewish sisters and brothers and how it is a part of our story as Christians. All are welcome to this event!
February and March
Based loosely on the wildly popular NCAA basketball tournament, Lent Madness pits 32 saints against one another in a single-elimination bracket as they compete for the coveted Golden Halo; people vote for their favorite saint. This all kicks off on “Ash Thursday,” February 10 and will continue throughout the 40-day season of Lent. Like that other March tournament, there will be drama and intrigue, upsets and thrashings, last-minute victories and Cinderellas. If you’re looking for a Lenten discipline that is fun, educational, occasionally goofy, and always joyful, join the Lent Madness journey. Click here for more information.