In this series of video shorts, we're going to dive into and share some thoughts about a Greek word for each Sunday in Lent, along with Ash Wednesday, Good Friday, and Easter. So, get ready to explore and reflect with us this Lenten Season.


Lenten Series

Thursdays 5:30-7pm

This year our Thursday evening Lenten series will be on the Eucharist and is entitled "The Meal that Jesus Left Us".  Each week we will look at Communion from a variety of perspectives including the "building blocks" or what constitutes a Eucharistic Prayer in the Christian Tradition,  New Zealand Anglican, Episcopal, Methodist and UCC churches.  It will also be experiential, offering an opportunity to worship in these different styles to note similarities and differences.  We hope you can join us each Thursday in Lent beginning with a light supper at 5:30 pm followed by an hour-long program at 6pm!

Living Well Through Lent

Practicing Forgiveness

Once again, the Living Compass ministry has published an excellent Lenten resource that you can download by clicking on the picture.

Lenten Reading List

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We are coming upon the contemplative season of Lent, beginning with Ash Wednesday and ending on Easter. This is an excellent time of the year to do some introspection, reflection and spend some time in prayer exploring Christ in your life. Here is a list of some resources you may want to read as you prepare and live through this sacred time.
"A Way Other Than Our Own", Walter Brueggemann
"Lent: The Season of Repentance and Renewal", Esau McCaulley
"Bread and Wine: Readings for Lent and Easter", C.S. Lewis, Madeleine L’Engle, et al.
"Where the Eye Alights, Phrases for the Forty Days of Lent", Marilyn McEntyre
"Grounded: Finding God in the World", Diana Butler Bass
"Show Me the Way, Readings for Lent", Henri J. M. Nouwen
"Meeting God in Mark, Reflections for the Season of Lent" Rowan Williams
"Living Lent: Meditations for These Forty Days", by Barbara Cawthorn Crafton
"Wondrous Encounters: Scriptures for Lent" by Richard Rohr
"A Diary of Private Prayer," by John Baillie
These materials are available through Amazon. You may also search for your Lenten reading at "The Upper Room" booklets available in the narthex provide daily readings for the season as well.