The season of Lent is a time of reflection and preparation for the celebration of Jesus’ resurrection from the dead. Lent is observed as 40 days beginning on Ash Wednesday and ending on Maundy Thursday. Please join us this Lenten Season to any of our midweek or weekend Church Services and/or Special Events. 


Dinner at 5:45 pm
Worship Service at 6:30 pm   

Mid-Week Lenten Dinner Menu

  • April 10 - Tacos, Salad and Dessert

Weekend Services

Saturdays at 5:30 pm
Sunday at 8:00 & 10:30 am


Our Sunday emphasis in Lent will be the sermon series “Let My People Go!” In the Sundays of Lent until Easter the sermons will focus on this fascinating book of the Old Testament. Lent begins March 6th with Ash Wednesday and so does our emphasis on Exodus. In it, Moses asks Pharaoh to let God’s people go seven times (Ex 5:1; 7:16; 8:1, 20; 9:1, 13; 10:3) and Pharaoh finally does it! When he does, God’s salvation is so amazing that the event becomes the Gospel of the Old Testament. Israel’s Scriptures mention the exodus 125 times!

Throughout the book of Exodus God reveals who he is through his absence and his presence, through his silence and his speech, through his wrath and his mercy, and through his judgment and his amazing grace. In doing so, the book paints a beautiful portrait of Jesus. Daily devotionals are available in the church. 

Sermon plans are as follows:

  • Lent Five “Digging Ourselves into a Hole” (Ex 32:1–14)
  • Palm Sunday “A New Beginning!” (Ex 34:1–8)
  • Maundy Thursday “Access!” (Ex 24:1–11)
  • Good Friday “Agnus Dei” (Ex 12:1–13)
  • Easter “Against All Odds!” (Ex 15:1–18)


This series strives to address popular assumptions of postmodernism. Postmodernism is an elastic term, not easily defined, but it meets us almost daily in ministry. Its subtle influences are found in all age groups, not just young people. “No longer is there one morality or myth or ritual or dance or dream or philosophy or concept of self or god or culture or style of art that predominates. The explosion of new communications technologies and the continuing fragmentation of cultures into thousands of little cultures has forced us to view our world as simultaneously expanding and shrinking.” How do Christians respond to postmodernism? That will be the focus of our sermon series on Wednesdays in Lent. Lenten dinners start at 5:45 pm. Lenten services begin at 6:30 pm.

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