Life is full of expectations – of hopes, wants, needs and more that we come to count on. But the way God works often disrupts our expectations, going far beyond anything we might, could or would dream of. The season of Lent moves us from winter to spring, and it shows us a way far more wonderful than anything we could imagine for ourselves.

Sunday Worship
8:15 & 10:30 a.m.

FEBRUARY 11 – The Man Born Blind: John 9:1-41
Theme: What can, will, should the world expect from us Jesus-people?

FEBRUARY 18 – But you, O LORD, are a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness.: Psalm 86:15
Theme: Expecting the unexpectable?

FEBRUARY 25 – Jesus Washes Feet: John 13:1-17
Theme: Accepting the unexpected
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MARCH 4 – Peter's Denial: John 18:12-27
Theme: Disrupting the expected

MARCH 11 – Jesus and Pilate: John 18:28-40
Theme: The long-expected “Jesus”

MARCH 18 – Jesus Condemned: John 19:1-16a
Theme: What we can expect from kings: theirs and ours

MARCH 25 – The Crucified Messiah: John 12:12-27; John 19:16b-22
Theme: “Expecting” what we already know

Ash Wednesday
Noon & 7:00 p.m.

Worship with imposition of ashes and Holy Communion, with music in the evening by the Good Shepherd Choir and Cantáre.

Wednesday Worship
7:00 p.m.

Here how God has appeared in the lives of each of these speakers! Come early for a homemade soup supper from 5:30-6:30 in Fellowship Hall.

Tor Johnson (Audio coming soon)

Linda Kerker and Brita Taracks