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Ash Wednesday

The Wednesday before the first Sunday in Lent, marks the start of the season of Lent, a forty-day period of preparation for the celebration of Easter. Ash Wednesday invites us to take an honest look at our lives, to address issues of sin that interfere with our relationship with God and others, and to receive afresh God’s grace and mercy so we can live renewed lives. We will do this through prayer, through hearing the scriptures read aloud, and by being marked with palm ash. The ancient practice of placing ashes on worshippers’ foreheads is a way of tangibly expressing humility before God and reminding us of the consequences of sin. We start here to remind us of our daily need for mercy and grace as we begin our Lenten journey toward Easter. All are welcome to join us for this special service at 7pm.  Childcare will be provided.

02.14

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02/14/18 7:00pm — 8:00pm

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02.14

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02/14/18 7:00pm — 8:00pm

The Wednesday before the first Sunday in Lent, marks the start of the season of Lent, a forty-day period of preparation for the celebration of Easter. Ash Wednesday invites us to take an honest look at our lives, to address issues of sin that interfere with our relationship with God and others, and to receive afresh God’s grace and mercy so we can live renewed lives. We will do this through prayer, through hearing the scriptures read aloud, and by being marked with palm ash. The ancient practice of placing ashes on worshippers’ foreheads is a way of tangibly expressing humility before God and reminding us of the consequences of sin. We start here to remind us of our daily need for mercy and grace as we begin our Lenten journey toward Easter. All are welcome to join us for this special service at 7pm.  Childcare will be provided.

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