Ash Wednesday Worship
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
2 Corinthians 5:20b-6:10
Lent begins with a solemn call to fasting and repentance as we begin our forty-day journey to Easter. During this season, the people of God are called to reflect on the meaning of their relationship with Christ — his life, death, and resurrection. The sign of ashes suggests our human mortality and frailty. But what seems like an ending is really an invitation to return every day to God. With the cross on our brow, we set our hearts on the spiritual renewal made possible through the Good News of Easter, awaiting us at the end of this holy season. Read on for meaningful ways to mark the beginning of Lent this year.
All are invited to join in our time of Ash Wednesday worship as we orient ourselves to the Lenten season with the ancient rituals of remembering ‘from dust we are, and to dust we shall return.’