Lent and Holy Week 2018
A journey through the Gospel of Mark.
Sundays, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m.
- Sunday, February 25: Mission Impossible
- Sunday, March 4: With All Her Mite
- Sunday, March 11: I’m Wide Awake
- Sunday, March 18: Life Poured Out
- Sunday, March 25: Palm Sunday Worship
- Sunday, April 1: Easter Sunday Worship
Special Services and Events
- February 14, Ash Wednesday:
- 5:15 p.m. Dinner — a catered dinner served by our middle school youth as a fundraiser for youth mission trips and retreats
- 6:00 p.m. Class led by Cheryl Toliver – “Matters of Life and Death: Crucifixion, Jewish Burial Practices in the First Century and Evidence for Jesus’ Resurrection” — The Bible tells us Jesus suffered and died for us, and that His resurrection initiated God’s new kingdom and creation in the world. But what did Jesus actually suffer during His crucifixion? And what evidence does the New Testament provide for the reality of Jesus’ new creation? Join Cheryl Toliver for a look at the history of crucifixion and Jewish burial practices in the First Century, to better understand the New Testament texts on Jesus’ death and resurrection.
- 7:00 p.m. Ash Wednesday Worship
- March 26–30, Community Holy Week Services, 12 p.m. Daily
- March 30, Good Friday Tenebrae Worship, 7:00 p.m.
Lenten Study Guide
Find the Engage: A Lenten Guide for Spiritual Growth here.
Additional Lenten Reading in the FPC Library
FPC’s Word Source Library has acquired the following new titles available for checkout:
- 40 Days, 40 Prayers, 40 Words: Lenten Reflections For Everyday Life
- Walking With Jesus Through the Old Testament: Devotions For Lent
- Meeting God in Paul: Reflections for the Season of Lent
- Lent For Everyone: Matthew: A Daily Devotional
- Lent For Everyone: Luke: A Daily Devotional
The Library is located on the north end of the second floor of the education building. Stop by!