Lenten Wednesday Meditation

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On Lenten Wednesdays, there will be a meditation beginning at 7:00 p.m. and lasting about forty minutes. We’ll use the order for word and prayer from our new resource, All Creation Sings. Each week we’ll reflect on a text using either lectio divina or visio divina. For an invitation to join our services, please request […]

Lenten Wednesday Meditation

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On Lenten Wednesdays, there will be a meditation beginning at 7:00 p.m. and lasting about forty minutes. We’ll use the order for word and prayer from our new resource, All Creation Sings. Each week we’ll reflect on a text using either lectio divina or visio divina. For an invitation to join our services, please request […]

Lenten Wednesday Meditation

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On Lenten Wednesdays, there will be a meditation beginning at 7:00 p.m. and lasting about forty minutes. We’ll use the order for word and prayer from our new resource, All Creation Sings. Each week we’ll reflect on a text using either lectio divina or visio divina. For an invitation to join our services, please request […]

Palm/Passion Sunday

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On Palm/Passion Sunday, March 28, we’ll gather virtually at our usual time, 10:00 a.m. Worshipers will be invited to wave colorful strips of cloth, or branches cut from their yards, […]

Maundy Thursday

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The service for Maundy Thursday will include a word of absolution, and images of foot-washing as we hear again Jesus’ commandment to emulate his humble service. We begin this evening […]

Good Friday

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On Good Friday we’ll hear from the Passion according to St. John, and meditate upon the cross by which Jesus brings life and salvation. This service also begins at 7:30. […]

Easter Vigil

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On the Vigil of Easter, Saturday, April 3, we come together one half-hour later, at 8:00 to (virtually, of course) light the New Fire of Easter, hear some of the […]

Easter Sunday

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On Easter morning, we’ll celebrate the Resurrection of our Lord at 10:00 with Scripture, song, preaching—and bells! Ring a bell or blow a horn each time we sing “Alleluia!” For […]