The Season of Lent

March 6 - April 20 


Wednesday Lenten Worship

Wednesdays, March 13-April 10
Noon, 5:30 & 7 PM | Soup Suppers* from 5-7 PM

Join us for worship each Wednesday in Lent as we sing The Holden Evening Prayer Service together and reflect on Pastor Adam Hamilton’s DVD, The Way: Walking in the Footsteps of Jesus. This DVD explores the life and ministry of Jesus Christ and is the perfect compliment to our Cover to Cover journey through Luke’s gospel that we are following in Sunday/Monday worship.

Using videos shot on location, Hamilton takes you to the Jordan River where Jesus was baptized and the wilderness where he was tempted. You’ll see the ruins of ancient Capernaum, where Jesus healed the sick, and ascend the mountain where he gave his most famous sermon. You’ll travel across the Sea of Galilee, where he calmed the wind and waves, and you’ll visit the last remaining community of Samaritans in the world. Then you’ll visit Jerusalem, where Jesus spent his final days.

*Soup suppers will be prepared and served by Word of Peace youth who are raising money for their mission trip this summer.

Lenten Devotionals

Devotions from Luther Seminary

Luther Seminary invites you to use this year’s Lent devotional, "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say," written by Luther Seminary staff and students.

Get the Devotional

During the season of Lent, the daily God Pause devotion will be taken from "I Heard the Voice of Jesus Say." If you are already a God Pause subscriber, you will continue to receive the daily devotions in your email inbox March 6 - April 21, 2019.

If you’re not a God Pause subscriber, you can sign up here and select "God Pause Daily Devotions" to receive "Through the Night of Doubt and Sorrow" in your email inbox. Once Lent ends, you’ll continue to receive daily God Pause devotions written by Luther Seminary alumni.


Pray As You GoPray As You Go

Pray As You Go is a daily prayer session, designed for use on mobile devices to help you pray whenever you find time. A new prayer session is produced every day of the working week, as well as one session for the weekend. It is not a 'Thought for the Day', a sermon or a bible-study, but rather a framework for your own prayer.
Lasting between ten and thirteen minutes, it combines music, scripture and some questions for reflection. 

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