Lent & Easter Service Schedule
March 6, 2019, Noon & 6:30pm
Welcome the penitential and preparatory season of Lent with the imposition of ashes at our communion services.
Thursday Evening Prayer
March 14 – April 11
Soup Supper at 5:30pm
Holden Evening Prayer Service at 6:30pm
Sunday, April 14, 8:30am & 11:00am
Attend our special Passion Mime service as the high school youth act out the passion story on this very special day.
Wednesday, April 17, 6:30pm
Thursday, April 18, 6:30pm
“Mandate” Thursday begins the three most important days of the year for a Christian: the triduum. We begin by commemorating Jesus’ final moments with his disciples: washing feet, the last supper, and the command he gave to them.
Friday, April 19, Noon & 6:30pm
On this solemn day we recall the suffering and death of Christ at the hands of sinners. Many Lutherans remember this day with quiet prayer, reflection, fasting, and many other practices.
Saturday, April 20, 8:00pm
Finally, he is risen! The vigil celebrates the end of the Lenten season with symbols of light, hope, and grace.
Sunday, April 21, 7:00am, 8:30am, 11:00am
Easter Sunday continues the celebration of the vigil; most members will attend either the vigil or the Sunday service.
Perfect Love Casts Out Fear: 2019
Lenten Mid-week worship
Our midweek Lenten worship will focus on exploring the dimensions of God’s love for us and the love of Christ that we share. Beginning with March 14, Thursday evenings will begin with a soup supper at 5:30 followed by worship at 6:30. Our Lenten reflections will be offered by Pastors and Lay associates from Our Redeemer’s, St. John’s and New Life Lutheran congregations.
If youlove me you will keep my commandments John 14:15-31
Pastor Arne Bergland
Love your neighbor as yourself Leviticus 19:1-3, 9-18
Pastor Ken Duvall, New Life
Perfect love casts out fear 1 John 4:7-21
Pastor Brad Ulgeness, St. John’s
If I have faith, but have not love, I am nothing 1 Corinthians 13:1-13
Robin Matthews, New Life
Who will separate us from the love of Christ? Romans 8:35-39
John Mundinger, St. John’s