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During Lent, we take time to reflect on the faith journeys that take us down many winding paths, but always towards God. Our theme, Wandering Heart, will guide our Lenten reflections.
We’ll take a closer look at the life of Jesus’ disciple Peter, well-known for the ways he was both steadfast and unsteady, a dear friend and a betrayer, a follower and a wanderer. By following Peter’s journey, we watch the story of Jesus unfold through the eyes of a very normal human trying to figure it all out—just like us.
Join us each Wednesday of Lent in the Fellowship Hall for food and friendship! Come enjoy a light soup and sandwich dinner before the midweek worship service.
These services use the beautiful and contemplative Holden evening prayer music and liturgy, and feature messages from LCR members.
This year’s Lenten offerings will be shared with SEM Food Pantry, an LCR Outreach-supported client-choice food pantry serving 23,000 clients annually in the Mt. Washington area. The all-volunteer facility partners with the FreeStore Foodbank, local businesses and area churches to secure food and non-food items not covered by food-assist programs.
During Lent, the Manna from Heaven team is offering an opportunity to support the ministry’s Spring “Seeds for Change” program. The program provides vegetable seeds to needy Appalachian families, encouraging food sufficiency through home gardening.
Talk to our Manna team at the table in the narthex to learn more about the program or how you can become involved with this outreach ministry.
You’re invited to pick up a Lenten devotional to help guide your Lenten journey. Paper copies will be available in the Narthex during Lent.
Want a digital copy? Our friends at A Sanctified Art have provided a special e-reader version of this year's Lenten Devotionals for our members and friends. Please contact the church office for the link.
To protect their work, please do not share the e-reader link or post it on social media.