The Stories We Tell: Midweek Lenten Services – 2018

We need to be mindful of the stories we’re telling — about ourselves, other people and the world — and how these stories are impacting us. This Lent, during midweek worship, we’ll spend time telling five key stories from scripture. These stories help us to experience resurrection. They help us know that our own stories are part of God’s larger story. We will hear these stories told in new ways and consider how they can help us to live with hope, honesty and love.

Evening Services

February 14:  Ash Wednesday (Imposition of Ashes with Holy Communion), 7:00 pm

Lenten Midweek Worship

Five Midweek Worship services using the theme “The Stories We Tell” – Key
stories from scripture, told in new ways, will help us experience resurrection and hope.

Simple Soup Suppers – Following each of the 5 midweek services, meals provided by members of the congregation are served in the Fellowship Hall. A free-will offering is received.


Lenten Recital Series
– Area musicians will perform at noontime on three dates in March.  Attendees are welcome to bring lunches; coffee and dessert will be served.

Wednesday, February 21, 5:30 pm – In the Beginning

Wednesday, February 28, 5:30 pm – Through the Waters

Wednesday, March 7, 12:15 pm – Recital – Craig Hultgren, Cello 

5:30 pm – Thirst No MoreGuest Choir – Luther College Norsemen, Mark Potvin, Conductor

Wednesday, March 14, 12:15 pm – Recital – Good Shepherd members Jonathon Struve, Baritone, and Brooke Joyce, Piano

5:30 pm – Dry BonesGuest Choir – Luther College Cantorei, Jill Wilson, Conductor

Wednesday, March 21, 12:15 pm – Recital – Ben Hippen, Piano

5:30 pm – In the Fire; Guest Choir – Luren Singing Society

 

 

                                                                                      Photo credit:  Tara Quass