Join us throughout the season as we explore a theme we’re calling “Seeking.” The Lenten scripture readings this year offer us stories of Jesus encountering people who are seeking: Nicodemus under the veil of night, the woman at the well, a man born blind. All are asking questions. All are seeking meaning, new beginnings, and a deeper worthiness than what they have experienced in the world.
Throughout the turbulence of the past few years, many of us are asking big questions about our lives and our faith. If you are returning to church, you are probably returning with more questions and a critical lens. We hope this series will help us unpack some of those big questions in ways that are honest and faithful. Throughout this season, we hope you will continually ask yourself: What am I seeking? What is God seeking?
This Lent, we invite you to engage in the spiritual practice of seeking. We encourage you to stay curious, open, and nimble. We hope you will soften your assumptions and expand your perspectives. We pray that these questions will create a safe space to explore—to be drawn more deeply into the fullness of life, into the heart of God.
Maundy Thursday and Good Friday services both are at 7:30 pm. Easter Sunday worship will be at 8:00 a.m., 10:00 a.m., and 11:30 a.m.