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LENT

From the invitation to the Lenten Service after Ash Wednesday to Holy Week and the celebration of Christ rising from the dead on Easter, we invite you to attend and experience Lent with us.

 

Ash Wednesday is Wednesday, February 14th and Easter is Sunday, March 31st.

 

Lenten Services 

We will also start having short weekly Lenten Service on Wednesday nights at 7 pm.

There will be dinner served for anyone who wishes to attend starting at 6 pm.

Easter Services

We will host two services on Easter Sunday.

At 8 am we will have a traditional service followed by breakfast and an egg hunt (around 9:00 am).

At 10 am there will be a contemporary service. All welcome to join!

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Wednesday, March 13th
Meal at 6 pm: Spaghetti
Service at 7 pm

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Wednesday, March 20th
Meal at 6 pm: Taco Soup
Service at 7 pm

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Sunday, March 31st Easter
8 am Traditional Service
9 am Breakfast and Egg Hunt
10 am Contemporary Service

The Chosen Bible Study

Mondays at 5:30 pm, here at Faith we will be watching The Chosen Season 2 together and discussing an episode each week. 8 episodes.

February 19th - March 18th
No Study the Monday of Holy Week and Not on Easter Monday
Restart April 8th, Last Day April 15th

 You are welcome to bring a snack or beverage. Enjoy fellowship and learning more about the life of Christ. Led by Pastor Josh Blair. You don't need to bring anything - just join us!

If you haven't seen Season 1 and want to be caught up before we start Season 2, you can watch by clicking this link: www.angel.com/watch/the-chosen/ 

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Sunday, March 31st Faith Easter
Holy Land

“Following the Way of Jesus: a Lenten Holy Land Journey”

Weekly Lenten Video Series 

“Following the Way of Jesus: a Lenten Holy Land Journey” begins on the Sea of Galilee. The introduction week will invite you into this 6-week series. Through this journey you will explore the Holy Land, the theology of Sumud and what it means for Palestinian Christians today. Sumud is the ELCA’s new name for our church’s engagement in accompaniment, awareness-building and advocacy for justice in Palestine and Israel.

New Video Released Weekly

WATCH THE INTRODUCTION VIDEO HERE

 

Sign up for updates about Sumud and upcoming events at: https://www.bit.ly/SumudSubscribe

 

The ELCA's new initiative, Sumud: For Justice in Palestine and Israel, presents “Following the Way of Jesus: A Lenten Holy Land Journey.” This Lenten video series for individuals and congregations consists of six short videos that introduce people to the land, the theology of sumud and its significance through Scripture as the “way of Jesus.” Each video will be available in both English and Arabic.

You can also learn more at https://www.ELCA.org/sumud ________________________________________________________________________________ T

 

he Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) is one of the largest Christian denominations in the United States, with nearly 3.5 million members in more than 9,100 worshiping communities across the 50 states and in the Caribbean region. Known as the church of "God's work. Our hands," the ELCA emphasizes the saving grace of God through faith in Jesus Christ, unity among Christians and service in the world. The ELCA's roots are in the writings of the German church reformer Martin Luther.

 

For more information, please visit http://ELCA.org Other programs, ministries or ways to get involved:

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