Let us discover the expansive life God dreams for us!
If love is our beginning, how can we live our lives led by love’s promises? It reminds us to live fully—as we pursue the kingdom of God
and hope, or express grief and gratitude. And so, this Lent, let us trust—fully—that we belong to God. Let us increase our capacity to receive and give grace. Because when we allow ourselves to be filled to the brim with God’s lavish love, that love spills over. It reaches beyond ourselves; like water, it rushes and flows, touching everything in its path.
Maundy Thursday remembers Jesus' final meal with his disciples when he washed their feet and instituted the Lord's Supper.
Thursday, April 14 at 7:00pm
includes the sacrament of Communion
Come and celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ!
Sunday, April 17 at 10:30am
coffee and treats following worship
Good Friday remembers Jesus' death on the cross.
Friday, April 15 at noon at St. James Episcopal
hear the story of Jesus' arrest, trial and crucifixion
Stations of the Cross Prayer Stations
Friday, April 15 from 5:00-8:00pm
a self-guided journey to the cross
Witness at the Cross
Sundays at 9:00am (begins March 6)
The story of Jesus’ death is not something we just read: we think about it and we experience it. The same is true for those who gathered at the foot of the cross. This series will explore their perspectives as we prepare ourselves for the death and resurrection of Jesus. Facilitated by Rev. Kimmy Briggs.
Prophets and Prayer for Lent
Mondays at 7:00pm (begins March 7)
What is the season of Lent for, exactly? In a six week study, we’ll look at what different Old Testament texts, including Lamentations, Job, Isaiah, and Jeremiah, can show us about this season as we prepare for the death and resurrection of Jesus. There is no book to purchase. All are welcome whenever you can make it. Facilitated by Will Briggs.