Lent 2022

Worship With Us!


Join us for worship! We begin our Lent journey on Ash Wednesday at 12 noon and 7:30 PM in-person (7:30 livestreamed)

March 9, 16, 23, 30, April 6 – join us for Evening Holden Prayer at 7:30 PM in-person only.

Lent Connection Groups

Click here to learn more about the groups being offered and to sign up!
All groups begin the week of February 27 and continue for 7 weeks. Contact Pastor Wayne with any questions.

Lent Calendar

Find inspirational ideas for daily reflection and action and more with our ELCA devotional calendar.

Using a calendar template is a simple, daily, and playful but serious practice for praying our way through Lent.

Study Guide

Deepen your engagement throughout this season of Lent with our weekly study guide, where you can find impactful, motivational stories and information about how your gifts to ELCA World Hunger are at work in the world.

Lent Book

Read our 2022 Lent Book – Everything Happens for a Reason and Other Lies I’ve Loved by Kate Bowler. If you wish to be in discussion about the book you can join Connection Group 4. Copies of the book are available at the church, as a Kindle download, or from your favorite book seller. Contact the church office if you need assistance obtaining a copy of the book.

Lent Art

Lent Art: Renewing Waters – In the sanctuary the special art display reflects that we are given a “new birth into a living hope” through the waters of baptism. Lent invites us to return to those promises poured out for us and reminds us that we are renewed in Christ!

Lent Prayer Path

Our woodchip path will feature Stations in the Streeta contemporary stations of the cross by artist Scott Erickson. Stop by for a meditative walk anytime. The path begins in the east parking lot on the side by Rose Tree Road.

Lent Music

Building a Lenten Playlist
Expanding Our Vocabulary of Sacred

Lenten Playlist


Reconciling Works has put together a LGBTQIA+ Stations of the Cross Lenten Journey.

Click the button below to check it out!

Holy Week

Palm/Passion Sunday

We begin holy week on Sunday, April 10 with worship at 8:30 am and 11:00 am.

Maundy Thursday

Worship begins at 7:30 PM, April 14, as we remember the Last Supper.

Good Friday

We will observe Good Friday on April 15 at Noon and 7:30 PM as we recount Jesus’ last days.

Easter Vigil

April 16 at 7:30 PM with guest preacher The Rev. Dr. R. Guy Erwin, President, United Lutheran Seminary


CHRIST IS RISEN! Sunday, April 17 at 8 AM, 9:30 AM and 11 AM we will celebrate Resurrection Sunday.