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When someone is devastated or defeated or despondent, we speak of him being “crushed.” It could be due to some agonizing loss or unrealized dreams. It could be due to carrying a crushingly heavy load of guilt over some past mistake. In a broken world, it is simply a matter of time before we feel crushed. This is why we need Lent. The word Lent comes from an Old English word for Spring: “lengten,” when the days grow longer. For 1,400 years, the Church has set aside the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter as a time of repentance and renewal. Believers humbly acknowledge that sin is the ultimate source of all the crushing moments within life. Our sin even crushed Christ. Yet on Easter Sunday morning, Jesus took up his life again. Our Savior crushed both death and the serpent’s head. Yes, Lent is a solemn season. But it is also a season of great hope. With the psalmist we say, “The Lord saves those who are crushed in spirit.”


March 6/7               Crushed by Christ's Obedience


March 13/14           Shortcuts are Crushed by Determination


March 20/21            False Security is Crushed by Faithful Presence


March 27/28            Our Condemnation is Crushed by God's Grace


April 3/4                 Human Rejection is Crushed by Divine Exaltation



Worship Service times: Sundays at 8:00 a.m. & 10:30 a.m.; Mondays at 6:00 p.m.

Mid-Week Lenten Series

The series ponders key  words and moments from the account of Jesus’ passion that demonstrate the thorough  completeness of his saving work for us, the breadth and depth of his love for us, and the strength  of his union with us.


March 2               “I Will Keep the Passover”


March 9             “Satan Has Asked to Sift All of You”


March 16            “They Bound Him”


March 23            The Semblance of Legality


March 30            What to Remember When You Are


April 6                 A Part for the Whole?


April 14               The Three Unions in Holy Communion


April 15                Good Friday Seven Crucial Last Words



Worship Service times: Wednesdays at 3:45 p.m. & 6:00 p.m.

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