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2015 Lent Worship Schedule

  Worship Lent Ash Wednesday
Tuesday, February 10, 2015

LENT 2015
The Grammar of Faith:

February 18—Ash Wednesday
Rev. Chandler Stokes preaching on
Numbers 21:4-9
Quit Whining?


February 22—The First Sunday in Lent
Rev. Chandler Stokes preaching on
Genesis 9:8-17
Divine Heartbreak


March 1—The Second Sunday in Lent
Rev. Chandler Stokes preaching on
John 12:20-33
Dying in Christ


March 8—The Third Sunday in Lent
Rev. Chandler Stokes preaching on
Exodus 20:1-17
The Shape of Freedom


March 15—The Fourth Sunday in Lent
The Children’s Musical


March 22—The Fifth Sunday in Lent
Rev. Chandler Stokes preaching on
Mark 14:53-72


March 29—Palm-Passion Sunday
The Faure Requiem

Worship Schedule for February

  Worship Worship Blog Lent Ash Wednesday
Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Body Language

What has Changed?

Leading from the Center

February 1– The Fourth Sunday after the Epiphany
Ordination and Installation of Officers
Rev. David Baak preaching
Scripture: Deuteronomy 18.15-20 and Mark 1.21-28
Music: Westminster Men's Choir at 8:30a & 11:00a
Carol Choir at 11:00a

Youth Sunday - Rooted and Reaching

February 8 – The Fifth Sunday after the Epiphany
Sacrament of the Lord's Supper
Youth Sunday
Music: Kirk Singers at 8:30a & 11:00a

To Lead What We Started Out Watching

February 15 - The Transfiguration of the Lord
Rev. Chandler Stokes preaching
Scripture: Mark 9:2-9
Music: Midwinter THAW Concert
Westminster Winds

LENT 2015

Quit Whining?

February 18 – Ash Wednesday
Rev. Chandler Stokes preaching
Scripture: Numbers 21:4-9
Music: Sanctuary Choir

Divine Heartbreak

February 22 – The First Sunday in Lent
Rev. Chandler Stokes preaching
Scripture: Genesis 9:8-17
Music: Josh Leckrone, Baritone at 8:30a
Cherub and Sanctuary Choir at 11:00a

Trusting the Fire

Rev. Chandler Stokes

Sermon     Lent Ash Wednesday
Wednesday, March 5, 2014

A sermon by Rev. Chandler Stokes on Matthew 7:15–20 on Ash Wednesday. “Lent can be a dangerous time. People come to the church looking for discipline and a new way to live; they come to be challenged—prepared for the heartache and joy of the cross to come. The problem with Lent, however, is a direct outgrowth of this urgency: we contain the season to six weeks of doing good, rather than building a Lent that becomes a life.” ―Maryetta Anschutz (For this service, the lighting in our sanctuary was dimmed for ambiance, hence why the resulting video looks so dark.)

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